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IGHTY THREE 



Fco/Wd Co lie 

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Missile 



Bedford High School 

Bedford, Massachusetts 

1983 



DEDICATION 



Wc the class of 1983 would like to dedicate our yearbook 
to our class advisor, Mr. Keup. His thoughtful leadership has 
allowed us to raise sufficient funds for our proms and other 
expenses. He has also been invaluable with his support of our 
class officers and our prom committee. In addition. Mr. Keup 
is a science teacher and the girls' cross country coach. Even 
though he is very busy, Mr. Keup has always given us all of 
the help that we need. The class of 1983 would like to thank 
Mr. Keup, for his continued support and helpful assistance. 





William K. Keup 



SPECIAL THANES.... ... 

Bedford Frofessional Bldg. 
50 Loomis Street 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 

Mrs. Chamberlain has been a ^lT[oo?i^^ctary in the 
student office for thirteen years. She is perfect for a job in a 
school because she loves kids and is nice to everybody. 
Providing the students with a mother figure, she is happy to 
take anyone under her wing of warmth and guidance. We 
feel that she is a very important part of a student's experi- 
ence at Bedford High School and we would therefore like 
to give her our special thanks. 

Mrs. MacLeod, an occupational resource center coordi- 
nator, works in the counseling office. Hers is the smiling 
face that meets the bewildered students at the door. When 
seniors are working on their applications for college, she is 
willing to help with any problems that they may encounter. 
We would also like to give our special thanks to Mrs. 
MacLeod. 





Mrs. MacLeod 



Mrs. Chamberlain 




SENIORS 




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KENNETH C. ALEXANDER DANA ANSEL 

SUSAN PAULA ALDORISIO Ken 

Sue When I get to the bottom 

So long Bedford High I go back to the top of the slide 

I am not afraid of tomorrow for I haue Life is a bummer when things go wrong. An' I stop, an' I turn, 

JOHN GREGORY AGONIS seen {^esterda\^ and l hue toda\^ But when things go right — then smile! An' I go for a ride. 




KEMAL ARGON 



DAVID AUCOIN 

Dave 



JUAN CARLOS AVILA 



LUCIA E. AVITABILE 
Lu 

You on/y Hue once: but if you do it right, 
once is enough. 



10 



SUSAN FELICIA-CATHERINE 
AYASSE 

Love, the magician, knows this 
Little trick uihereby two people 
Walk in different directions yet 
A/iuays remain side by side. 



CYNTHIA R. BAILEY 

Cindy 

Life is like a piano. 
What you get out of it 
Depends on how you p/ay it. 

— Anonifmous 



KELLY ANN BAILEY 

In the time we spent together 
Manx; words passed between us, 
And the feelings that we shared 
Are behind us now. 



DAVID S. BARBERI 

I'm in the middle of nowhere 

Near the end of the line 

But there's a border to somewhere 

waiting 

And there's a tankful of time. 




ANGELA CASEL RENE 
BARNES 

Ang 

Cone with me I'm going to Saturn on a 
blue striped magic carpet. Rags, I'm get- 
ting awa\^ from war and this world. You 
can't hug your kids with Nuclear Arms. 
Sunshine almost always makes me high! 
Right K.L. Y'all come back now YA 
HEAR! 



BRADLEY E. 

Brad 



BATES 



Workin' hard to get my fill, euerybcxit; 

wants a thrill: pa^/in' anything to roll the 

dice, just one more time. 

Some will win. some will lose, some were 

bom to sing the blues. Oh, the monies 

they never end. T/iey go on and on and 

on 

— Journey/ 



NANCY J. BECKER 

Nancy 

Tomorrow to fresh woods and pastures 
new. 

— Mitton 



STEPHEN E. BENSLEY 

Steve 

Experience is a hard teacher because she 
gives the test first, the lesson afterwards 
— Vernon Law 
Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher 



11 



MICHELLE RENE BIBEE 

Shell 



THERESA MARIE BINSACK 

Terri, Binck 



And so mv friends we'll say goodnight 
For time has claimed its prize 
But tonight can alwa^/s last Keep smiling. 

As long as we keep alive the memories of People will wonder what you'iic been up 

B.H.S. to! 



BARBARA G. BIRCH 

There are so many paths up the moun- 
tain 

Nobod\/ knows all the loays There are so 
many paths up the mountain and the 
uiew from the top is still the same 

-LRB 




CLASS OF 1983 




MARK BRADY 

Birdie 



SEAN PAUL BRADY 
Scan-o 



LAUREN ANN BENSON 



This above all, — 

To thine ownself be true. 

— Shakespeare 




LAURA ANN BLASI 

Like a guest who sta^/ed too long. 
Now it's Jinall^ time to leave: 
It's the Famous Final Scene. 

— Bob Seger 




DANIEL J. BOUDREAU 

Dan, Dapper, Boudie, Danny Boy 

/ got no time to sit and wonder 
I got myself to reckon with 
Yes and life won't drag me under 
Even if it takes all I have to give 
I'll give it all. 



You know I haven't changed that much 
I can still respond to the touch 
In a worid where so little caring is 
About us Although tomorrow will 
Bring better days, in so man^; different 
Ways, we mustn 't forget our past . For 
that 

Is how our memories last. 



Stick to the fight when you're hardest 
hit. It's when things seem the worst that 
you mustn't quit. 



Eugene Eagles, III, D.M.D.. P.C- 

Bedford Froiessional Bldg. 
50 L00UU3 Street 
Bedford, iAass. 01730 
275-0575 



THOMAS BRADY 



KEITH BRAMMER 



NATHANIEL K. BROWN 
DONNA BRELAND Nat 




KATHRINA BRYAN 
Katie 

/ don't give a hoot about what 

People haue to say. 

I'm laughing as I'm anali/zed. 

Lunatics Anonymous that's where 

I belong — sure 'cause / am one 

'til my strength is gone. 

Yah, this beat goes on. 

— The Kings 



SUSAN E. BUCKLEY 
Sue 

// you leave here tomorrow 
Would you still remember me, 
For I must be traveling on now 
Cause there's too many places I've 
Got to see. 

— L^inyrd Skyn\ird 



SUSAN ANNE BULLOCK 

Crises refine life. 

In them you discover what 

You are. 

— Allan K. Chalmers 



DOUGLAS BURNES 

Doug 



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MICHELLE BUSA 



MAUREEN BRIDGET 
CALLAHAN 
Mo 

// you think life is mass confusion Cause 
your neighbor's got it made, just remem- 
-rr ii-nr-o a i \/MMr- m iw-t-/^m * a Grand Illusion and deep inside 

THERESA LYNNE BUXTON we're all the same. 

Tern — Styx 



SCOTT CAMPBELL 

And if the cloud bursts thunder in \^ur 
ear . . . You shout and no one seems to 
hear . . And if the band you 're in starts 
plaining a different tune . . . I'll see you 
on the Dark Side of the moon. 

— Pink Floi^d 




BETTINA CARR 

Tina 

But the fruit of the spirit is love. joy. 
peace, patience, kindness, goodness, 
faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. 
Against such things there is no law. 

— Galations 5. 22-23 



TIMOTHY J. CASEY 

Tim 

You on/y live once 
So if you live right. 
Once is enough. 



DEBORAH A. 
CASTLEBERRY 



CHRISTIAN M. 

Chris 



CASTRO 



The pessimist grumbles because God 
Put thorns on roses: the optimist 
Thanks God that he put roses on thorns 

(Frown — at least you'll get credit for 
thinking.) 



14 



BRIAN L. CHASE 

As I look back on all these years, 
/ had some good times and some bad. 
But my friends were there to pull me 
through. 

Thank God for good friends 
And thank God I made it! 



CHRISTOPHER CHEMLEN 



LAURIE A. CHISHOLM 

Wog 

Look around and choose \/our own 
ground 

For long you live and high you //y 
Smiles you'll give and tears you'// 
cry 

All you touch and all you see, 
Is all {^our life will ever be. 



KEITH G. CIAMPA 

After all is said and done 

It's time to move, I've had my fun. 

I'm gonna walk before they make me 

rur\. 

— Keith Richard 




CLASS OF 1983 




JOHN N. CLARK 

Nick 



The past is gone. 

It went by 

Like dusk to dawn. 



CAROLYN CLYDE 

Our high school days 
have been the best. 
Always remember, 
Never forget. 



MAYA CODY 

Biene Maya 

Alles Gescheite ist schon einmal gedacht 
worden 

Man muss nur versuchen 

es noch einmal zu denken 

— Goethe 



LISA ANN COLEMAN 

Once it was just innocence 
Brash ideas and insolence 
But you will never get away 
With the things you say today. 

— Pete Townshend 



15 



JANET S. COLLINS 



THOMAS W. CONCANNON 

Tom 

A man's natural gifts may be great, 
But it is application that giues him suc- 
cess. 



KRISTINE C. CONNORS 

Krissy 

/ look to the sea. 
Reflections in the wanes 
Spark my memories. 
Some happv. some sad 
I think of childhood friends 
And the dreams we had. 



JEFF D. CONWAY 

The great pleasure in life is 
Accomplishing what people say 
You are not capable of doing. 





CLASS OF 1983 





PETER B. COREY 

Hey, You! 

Our time is up, where will we go 
When dogs of war and drifting snow 
Confuse our views and scent the breeze 
With golden cloaks round deep disease. 
We'll ramble now cross seas and sands 
Drive great machines to mystic lands 
And run the endless bands. Rock On! 



LINDA M. CORMIER 

This song is over 
It's all behind me 
/ should have known it 
He tried to find me . 



— The Who 



SANDRA JEANNE COUTO 
Sandy 

Ain't no mountain high enough, 
Ain't no mountain low enough. 
Ain't no valley wide enough. 
To keep me from you. 

— Diana Ross 



KRISTEN S. COWAN 
Kris 

Dear friends, since God so loved us. 
We also ought to love one another 

1 JOHN 4 :11 



16 



GERALD E. CROCKER, JR. 

J.J. 

Ahbidi^e . . . ahbicl{;e . . . 
That's That's All All Folks Folks!! 

— Porky Pig 



JENNIFER E. CROCKER 



KATHLEEN E. CROKE 

Kathy 



MARK G. DAMERY 



Do / contradict myse//? 
Very well, then . . . I contradict n^i^self; 

I am large . . . I contain multitudes. The most wasted day of all is the one Ramble talk, ramble shout, ramble till 

— Walt Whitman In which you have not laughed. f^our mouth falls off. 




JEFFREY D'ARCO 






CLASS OF 1983 






MARY CHARLOTTE 
DAVIDSON 



CHRISTINA L. DEDRICK 

Chris 



SCOTT A. DEFOE 



Smile, it makes people wonder what V Vou can imagine it, 
vou've been up to. ''ou can achieve it. 

If you can dream it. 
You can become it. 
— Ward 



17 



TRAGI ANN DEFRANCESCO TERRIANNE DELANEY 

Pnjdencen"wig Terri 



If you love something, set it free. 

(fit comes back, it's \;ours. If it doesn't, it 

never was. 




NADINE ANN DICLEMENTE 

Nid, Dino 
Many wild times! 



Take i/our time . . . don't live too fast. 
Troubles will come and they will pass. 

— L^infjrd Skf^n^ird 




PHYLLIS DOHERTY 

It is on/y with the heart that 
One can see rightly: what is 
Essential is invisible to the eye. 
The Fox's Secret 
The Little Prince 
A ntoine de Saint-Exupen^ 



BETH MARIE DENARO 

Bonesy 

Like a guest who stays too long. 
Now it's /ina//y time to leave. 
Take it calml{^ and serene. 
It's the Famous Final Scene. 

— Bob Seger 




CHRISTINE M. DONADIO 
Chrissi D. 

We'ue been through some things 
together. 

With trunks of memories still to come. 
We found things to do in stonny weather. 
Long may you run. 

— Neil Young 



JAMES P. DEVINE 
Big Jim 

// you think I'll sit around as the World 
^oes by, i^ou're thinking like A fool, 
cause it's a case of do or die. Out there is 
a fortune waiting to be Had. You think I'll 
give it up you're Mad. You got another 
thing comin'. 

— Judas Phest 




TIMOTHY H. DONAHUE 
Buckwheat 

Don't look back — a new day is breo' 
It's been too long since I feh this wc . 
I don't mind where I get taken 
The road is callin' — toda\; is the day 

— Bost. 




Eugene Eagles, III, D.M.D., P*e> 

Bedford Professional Bldg* 
50 Lootiiis Street 
Bedfor-d, i.^ass. 01730 
1^75-0575 



KERRI ELLEN DOUGHERTY 

A smi/e can pour sunshine into the dark- 
est places. 



KIMBERLY JANE DRAPER 

Got a picture in my mind 
Of the wa^i I want to be, 
So I search until I find 
The power inside of me. 



ALYNNE D. DRASKOVICH 

Lynnc 

And so my friends we say goodbi^e to 
Bedford High at last! 
But none of us will ever forget the memo- 
ries of the past. 



PETER DROHAN 





CLASS OF 1983 




PETER JOSEPH DUNN 

Oh \ieah, life goes on . . . 



CECILIA DURING 



SUSAN MARIE DUTRA 

Never let your worse self persuade 
Your better self to do what \;our worse 
Self would like to do! 



ERIC J. EATON 

Smoothie 

After all is said and done. 

We've got to move, we've had our fun 



19 



JOHN A. EPENETER 

JAMES P. ELLIS George, Eppy 

Jim 

// there ever was a higher mountain to 
If the grass looks greener on the other climb, I would have climbed it; but I'm 
side of the fence, it on/y means (hey are glad we climbed this one together, 
shoveling a lot more fertilizer. — John Bradbury 



LAURA JEAN FARINELLO 

"Fara" 

There have been some good times and 
some bad times, but I'll alwai/s remem- 
ber the good times. 



JEANNE E. FEEHRER 

Jean-Pierre 

Don't be disma\^ed at goodbyes. 

A farewell is necessary before you can 

meet again . . . 

And meeting again after moments or life- 
times is certain for those who are friends. 




CLASS OF 1983 





JILVIEVE M. FIORINO 

Boom Boom 

The future is uncertain 
and the end is always near 
Let it roll. BABY, roll 
Let it roll. BABY, roll 
All Night Long. 

— The Doors 



SARA LYN FOLWEILER 
Sahara 

For every great loss in life, there is a 
greater gain . . . 
Everything balances out. 
Remember the good times always. 



GREG FORREST 

Always question authority. 



PAUL FREEMAN 



20 



ANGELA JO FRENCH 

Angie 

Each day comes bearing its gifts, 
Untie the ribbons. 

— Anoni;mous 



MARK FRENCH 

Frenchy 

To thine own self be tme. 

— William Shakespeare 



MRS. DIANA FULLER 

Die 

We will remember all the jun, jo\;s, and 
happiness of the class of '83' . 
Live on and enjoy life while you can. 
I will always remember the BEST class of 
'83 in Bedford High. 



GORDON T. GAUNTLETT, 
JR. 
Gordy 

/ found myself alone for awhile, 
I found myself walking the Mile. 
But as I turned and looked around, 
I found my friends all around. 






CLASS OF 1983 





•JANINE THERESE GAUNTT 

// you fall down all you do is get up and 
keep dancing until you get it right. 



ERIC R. GERDES 

The pen is mightier than the sword. 

Shakespeare 
. . . unless you're one on one. 

H. Schwartz 



MARTHA MAGDALENA 
GESSEL 

Oh yea. life goes on, 
Long after the thrills 
Of living is gone. 
— John Cougar 



ROBERT S. GETTMAN 



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MICHELLE LOUISE GIARD 

Catch the beauty of the moment! 



MARY SUE GIURLEO 

Old memories are the rose artd 
Lauender of youf/i/u/ days. 



JONATHAN EDWARD 
GOLDMAN 

The only nice thing about being imper- 
fect is the ;oy it brings to others. 

-DL. 

As long as I have a want, I have a reason 
for living. Satisfaction is death. 

— B. Shaw 



MARK S. GONSALVES 

Speedy 







CLASS OF 1983 




KURT ROBERT GRAEFF 
FB 

Can you imagine us years from todai;. 
Sharing a park bench quief/y? 
How terribli/ strange to be seuenfy. 
Old friends. 

Memor\j brushes the same years. 
Si/ent/y sharing the same fear . . . 

— Paul Simon 



JOSEPH P. GREELISH 
J.P. 

The simpleton believes everything. 
But the shrewd man measures his steps. 

Proverbs 14:15 



KAREN LYNN HALL 

Oh. we want to live forever. 
In this mirror see tomorrow. 
All the joy and all the sorrow 
We can only hope to share. 

John Denver 

"Zachary and Jennifer." 



JULIE M. HAMILTON 

The moment may be temporary, but the 
Memory is forever. 



22 



BRIAN EDWARD HANLEY 

Go real slow 

You'll like it more and more 
Take it as it comes 
Specialize in having fun. 

— Doors 



DANIEL C. HARRIGAN 

Snowman 

I'm feeling free for sure, you don't 
Understand, I'm paving the u;ay, Yeah! 
Walk on s/ooi/v, don't look behind you 
Don't say "Goodbye love," I won't 
remind you. 

— Jethro Tull 



ERIN CATHLEEN 
HARRINGTON 

A joke is a yery serious thing. 

— Charles Churchill 



REBECCA HARRISON 

Becky 

It is easier to go 

Down a hill than up. 

But the view is from the top. 

— Anont;mous 






DAVID HEGGESTAD 

Here is a fact 

that should help you fight 
a bit longer 
Things that don't 
Actually/ kill you outright 
Make you stronger. 

— Piet Hein 



GAIL SUSANNE HEINRICH 

Heinrink 

It doesn't hurt to be optimistic; 
You can alwaijs cry tomorrow. 
Good Luck To All — Keep Smiling 



OLIVER HELLER 



PATRICK W. HERLIHY 

PAT 

Love is not what make the world go 
Round, 

It's what makes the world worthwhile. 



23 



THERESA M. HERLIHY 

Terri 

So before we end, and then begin, 
We'll drink a toast to how it's been. 
A few more times that I can say, 
These have been great da^/s. 



SEAN HEWITT 



DAVID G. HIGHAM 

Gravy 

Believe, meditate, see. 

Be harmless, be blameless. 

Awake to the law 

And from all sorrow free yourse//. 

The fool who knows ne is a fool — Is that 

Much wiser. The fool who thinks he is 

Wise — Is a fool indeed. — The Dham- 

mapada 



JENNIFER JANE CECILIA 
HILKER 

Jenny 

When God created the horse. 

He spoke to the magnificent creature: 

"I have made thee unlike any other 

All the treasures of this Earth lie 

Between thine eyes." 

/ hope to find these treasures. 





CLASS OF 1983 




HINA HIRAYAMA 



ROBERT M. HODGKINSON 

Many times I've lied 
And man\j times I've listened 
Man\j times I've wondered 
How much there is to know. 

— Led Zepp 



GAIL MARIE HULBERT 

Love does not delight in evil but 
Rejoices with the truth. It alwa^/s 
Protects, alwa\i;s trusts, alwa^^s hopes, 
Alwai;s perseveres. 
Love never fails. 

I Cor 13:6^ 



N4ARK E. ISNOR 

Each youth is like a child bom in the night 
who sees the sun rise and thinks that 
i/esterdai/ never existed 



24 



ALAN H. JELALIAN 

A.J. 

What you are speaks so /oud/y, people 
can't hear what you say. 
Football '82 Hi-de-hi-de-hi-de-ho 




JOSEPH ROBERT 
KELNHOFER 

Joe 

//you do not think about the future, you 
cannot have one. 

— John Galswortht; 
1867-1933 



DINA ANN JELLISON 

The lines I have written that you read 
between, the lines on the pages, the lines 
on the screen. 

Of the lines spoken — / say what I mean; 
It s parallel lines that will never meet. 




MICHAEL JOHN KEMPTON 

Mike 

Ves, we all know it was better 
Yesterda\^ has passed; 
Now let's all start a living 
for the one going to last. 

— Santana 



CAROL A. JOHNSON 

Remember all the good times. 




ELAINE M. KENISON 

Lanie 

Life's like a movie. 
Write your own ending. 



CYNTHIA NOELLE 
JOHNSON 

Cindy 

Give us a place to stand and we will 
move the world. 




DIANA MARIE KENNEY 

Time endears 
but cannot fade 
the memories 
friends have made 




25 



TODD M. KIRKLAND 



CAROLYN L. KILLAM 

Little one, Klam 

Bear me amay my soul upon the wings of 
music, away to those enchanting skies 
where space is bluer and deeper. 

— Jean Luc Ponti^ 



EILEEN MARY KILPATRICK 

Lee 

You can never do a kindness too soon; 
for you never know how soon it will be 
too late. 



The darkness on/y stays at nighttime 
In the morning it will fade auioy 
Dai;light is good at arriving at the 
Right time. 

It's not always going to be this gret^ 
All things must pass, all things must 
Pass away 

— G Harrison. 1970 



VlCKl KUCHERER 

Somedai; soon we' II stop to ponder what 
on earth this spell we're under We make 
the grade but still we wonder who the 
we are 

— Styx 




JOHN B. KUFFEL 

John 

There is opposition in all things, for if 
there weren't, we wouldn't know the 
bitter from the sweet. 
Wherefore we don't gain knowledge, 
wherebii we would never leam & grow. 
Therefore in order to appreciate good 
times, we are going to have some downs. 



HELEN R. KWON 

When you have a dream, don't let an\;- 
thing dim it, keep hoping, keep trying 

The s)cy is the limit. 



KIRSTEN MARIE LACOVARA 

Kerrie 

When choosing between two evils. 
I alwai;s like to try the one 
I haven't tried before. 

— Mae West 



LORI EDEN LARSEN 

Friends, though absent, are still present. 
Friendship is the wine of life 



26 



TYRONE LAVALLEY 
Ty 



The heck with them if they can't take a 
joke, 

Leam from the past, but don't look back. 




WILLIAM J. LINDLEY 

// all else fails. 

Read the instnictions. 



LISA DIANE LEARY 

To live your life in your own way . . . 
To reach for the goals you haue set for 
i^ourself . . . 

To be the you that you want to be ... 
That is success. 




DAVID S. LINDMAN 

When we attempt to direct the wind 

We always fail. 
Yet, we're not beaten in the end 
For we can adjust our sails. 



AMY ELIZABETH LEHAN 

God has placed upon the earth 
Many a beautiful thing. 
Flowers of fragrance, islands of beauty 
And colorful birds that sing. 

— M.D. Tucker 




CLASS OF 1983 




MICHELLE NICHOLE 
LITTLE 

Whatever is worth doing is worth 
Doing well. 



MICHELLE E. LEWIS 

Mirrors on the ceiling. 

The pink champagne on ice, 

And she said, "We are all just prisoners 

here of our own device. 

— Eagles 




ROBERT E. LIVINGSTON 
Rob 

Dare to be different. 



27 



MATTHEW W. LOHR 

Discipline is never an end in itself, 
On/y a means to an end. 

— Adrian Belew, King Crimson 



MONICA L. LOURO 



LEIGH ERIK LUND 

Lumpy 

We must keep moving while the light is 
Clearing 

Leaving your dark world behind you. 
Talk about a dream VJe have to run. 

And fry to make it real. Life has just begun! 

— Bruce Springsteen — Asia 



LEON LOUSARARIAN 




CLASS OF 1983 




ROGER LYDON 




BRIAN P. 



MACARTHUR 

Mac 



Pages are meant for turning. 
And people are bound to change! 
Bridges are meant for bruning. 
When the people in memories they 
Join on the same. 



KAREN L. MACQUILKEN 

Mac-a-doo 

Tho' we're going our separate ways 
There can on/y be brighter days . . . 
Work it out Don't lose the fight. 
You can make it work out right. 

— Bany Manilow 



JULIE A. MACZKO 

Juls 

Proud and alone 
Cold as a stone 

I wish I could show feelings I feel 
I've cried with the best and laughed with 
the rest 

But I'm never sure when its' real. 



28 



Eugeiiu Xli, D.M.D., P.C^ 

Bedlord irroressional Bldg. 
50 Loomis Street 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-0575 



ANETTE MALCHOW 



LISA A. MANNING 



Life is for the living, Lillybird 
Takers never giving. You're never fully dressed 

— The Who Without a smile. 



JOSEPH MASKALENKO 



ALLISON E. MAURER 




CLASS OF 1983 





GREGORY P. McCOLLEM 

Greg 

Don't take life too seriouslv. 
Show me a person that can not 
Laugh at himself or at the 
World around him. and I will 
Show you an unhappy; person. 



VICKIE E. McCORMACK 

When you're alone and afraid 
And you're completely amazed 
To find there's nothing anybody 
Can do, keep on believing and you'll 
Discover there's always something 
Magic, there's always something new. 



ELIZABETH McCULLOCH STEPHEN F. McDONOUGH 

Steve 

Where and why I'm destined to go 
Right here and now. 
That's all I know. 
On either side, future or past 
Neither is real 
Both fade so fast. 

— The Doobie Brothers 



/ look to the sea. 

Reflections in the wave spark my 
memory. 

Some happy, some sad, 
! think of childhood friends and the 
dreams we had. 



29 



ELAINE McEACHERN 



JANICE McEACHERN 



KERSTIN E. McGILVRAY 

Sparky 

You give but little when you give of \;out 
possessions. 

It is when you giue of ^/ourself that you 
(ru/y give. 

— Kahlil Gibran 



ROSANNE LYNNE McHUGH 



Nothing will 
come of 
Nothing. 



— W Shakespeare 





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JAMES P. McKENNA 

Jim 



ROGER McKENNA 

Chief 



JAMES M. McLaughlin 

Jim 



And if the dam breaks nianv years too In the days of my youth / was told what it You can get on with };our search 

soon. And if there is no room up on the mear\s to be a man And I can get on with mine 

hill. And if \/our head explodes with dark And now I've reached that age and I try And maybe some day we will find 

forboding too, I'll see you on the dark to do all those things the best I can . . That it wasn't really Wasted Time 
side of the moon. — Jimmi/ Page. Led Zeppelin — The Eagles 

— Pink Floi/d "Gocxi Times, Bad Times " 



LAURA T McMAHAN 

Lou 

The secret of happirtess is not in doing 
what one hkes. but in hking what one has 
to do 



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ELAINE HOPE MILLAR 



MICHAEL MELVILLE 

The goal of yesterday will be the starting 
point of tomorrow. 



LISA A. MICI 

These were the best of times! 



The good times are the best times, 
The bad times fade away. 
The good times are forever . . . 

— J. Geils 



CHRIS MILLER 

Mouse 




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KATHRYN E. MILLER 

Kathy 

It is on/y with the heart that one can see 
rightly/; 

What is essential is invisible to the eye. 

— Antoine de St.-Exupery 



CAROLINE MARIE MIX 

// you can imagine it, 

you can achieve it. 
If you can dream it. 

you can become it. 



GUY MONTEMAGNO 

The older we get 

The more we forget 

But never my life in high school 

nor all the things we did 

on our way out of this school. 



CHRISTOPHER C. MOORE 

Morsie 

High mountains are a feeling, but the 
hum of human cities torture. 



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MEREDITH ANN MOORE 

Merry 

May the road rise to meet you. 
May the wind be alwai>s at i;our back. 
May the sun shine uiarm upon \,;our face, 
the rains fall soft upon \^our fields. 
And until we meet again, may God hold 
you in the palm of His hand. 



JANE VALERIE MORANO 

In the mountains, in the cities, 
you can see the dreams, 
look around you. has it found you, 
is it what it seems . . . 

— Neil Young 



STEPHANIE A. MORRIS 

Steph 

It's been such a long time, 
I Teall\i should be going, 
time doesn't wait for me. 
it keeps on rolling. 

— Boston 



TODD R. MOSES 



Should I stay or 
should I go 



- The Clash 
















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JAQUELINE J. NAZZARO 

Wacki 

There've been times I've stumbled over 
my mistakes, there've been times I've 
fallen Pat on my face, but you tell me 
there's never been a day like that for \^ou, 
then I'll stop and listen to what you think / 
should do. 

— Rossington Collins 



KIMBERLY ANN NEAL 

Kim 

To live i/our life in your own may . . . 
To reach the goals that you have set for 
[yourself . . . 

To be the you that you luant to be ... 
That is success. 



MARTINA LARISSA NETZEL 

Tina 

/ am happ\; that I can go to school here 

for experience. 

Even so it's often difficult. 

But I think. 

Wer nicht versucht. der nicht gewinrM. 



SEAN M. O'CONNOR 

What we see 
depends mainly/ on 
what we look for. 



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ERIK A.E. OLSEN 

Guido 



RICHARD J. O'NEIL 

Rich 



A faithful friend is a strong defense: and Courage is the first of human qualities 
he that hath found such an one hath because it is the qualitii which guarantees 
found a treasure. all the others. 



6:14 The Apocr^ipha 



Winston Churchill 



STEPHEN P. O'NEIL 

Life is a fatal adventure. It can on/y have 
one end. So wh{j not make it so far rang- 
ing and free as possible? 




INGRID PAGAN 



SALVATORE PAGLIA 

Sal 



/ see not a step before me as I tread on 

another \iear; It's been a good four years. 

But I've left the past in God's keeping, — / wish all the best. 

the future His merc\) shall clear: Hope evenjone makes it in life. 

And what looks dark in the distance, may — Sal 

brighten as I draw near. 



THOMAS F. PAPALIA 

Tom 

You can never afford to lose a friend, for 
friendship is the stem of love. 



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LESLEY PATON 

The memories of things that are felt but 
not seen, the good times, the bad times 
and times in between. 
Think little of times when it seemed no 
one cared, remember the friends who 
alwa\/s were there. 



TAMl L. PEARSON 



MICHELLE MARIE 
PELLITIER 



PAUL PATTERSON 



Like a true nature's child, 
we were born to be wild. 

We can climb so high I never want to die The faces behind you are there to remind 

— Steppenwolf you . . . walk and don't look back 




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KENNETH JOHN PLISKA 

Hi-Ho 

What a man thinks of himself, that it is 
which determines, or rather indicates, his 
fate. 

— Henry David Thoreau 



CHRISTOPHER PORTER 



JEFFREY E. PORTER 

Doodles 

Girls are like good books; 

They should be Icwked at each day. 



MARJORIE A. POWDERLY 

Margie 

You max; forget the little things, but dose 
friends and good times you'// remember 
again. 



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MARIE RUTH PRESTON 

The world is full of dreams, 
Some have siluer linings. 
I live for my dreams 
and a pocket full of gold. 

— Led Zeppelin 



LAURA ANNE PRICE 

Well it's been ten years and maybe more 
since I first set eyes on you — The best 
years of our lives go by, here I am alone 
n' blue — Some people cry n ' some peo- 
ple die 'bout the wicked iwjys of love, but 
I just keep on rolling along with the faith 
from the Lord above. 



DANIEL PUFFER 



WILLIAM PYLES 

Wilbur 

Somethings are meant to be 
And some are not. 
Part\;ing is one of them 
And school is not. 
Have a good one. 





CLASS OF 1983 






MICHAEL QUINN 



wow 



PATRICIA E. 

Raffa 



RAFFA 



Fier);, Diinamic and Carefree, 
You're ever^ithing others ain't 
Adventurous, positive, aggressive. Gee 
W h iz . . . 

It's enough to make a person faint. 



GLEN RAYMOND 

All I know is I been making it 
There've been times I didn t deserve to 
Ever\/ show there's been more faking it. 
But right at the point of no return 
Somebody) saves me — I thank you 
my friend. 

— Pete Townshend 



STEVEN M. RENNIE 

There was a man who didn't fit in. 
A man who couldn't stay still. 
His heart was broken by the one he 
loved, so he roamed the world at will 
— Yukon Jack 



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CAROL JEANNE 
RICHARDSON 

Rich 

Each day comes bearing gifts, 
Untie the ribbons. 



JONATHAN W. RIDER 

Jon 

Dream, and we've got everything we 
need. 

— Queen 



STEVEN RILEY 



ANDREW RINGLE 
Andy 

Don't prai^ for an easy life. 
Pra\i to be a strong person. 




ERIC RIPLEY 

Last thing / remember I was running for 
the door. I had to find the passage back 
to the place I was before. Relax said the 
night man we are programmed to re- 
ceive. You can check out any time you 
like but you can never leave. 

"Hotel California" — The Eagles 



DAVID P. ROBINSON 



LEE ANN RUSHTON 



KEVIN P. ST. ONGE 



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ANNE M. SARNO 

The past is something you can never see 
or touch again; on/y remember . . . 



DEBORAH SCHEICK 

Debbie 

Through the years our friendship lives 
That purple line will always exist. 

— D. Scheick 



KIRK J. SCHWARZENBACH 

Captain Kirk 

/ want to live, 
1 want to grow, 
I want to see. 
I want to know, 

I want to share what I can give, 
I want to be, 
I want to live. 

— John Denver 



DIANNE M. SERRA 

/ wish for you the mountain peace. 

The scented air of pines, 
I wish that you may alwa\/s walk 

Beneath a sun that shines. 

— Virginia Boswell 






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MICHELLE M. SEUFERT 

Life will treat you well 
On/y if you take it slow 
Because we on/y live once. 



JOEL F. SHAMON 

Success if not to be measured 
So much by the position that one 
Has reached in life, 
As by the obstacles which he has 
Overcome while trying to succeed. 

— Booker T. 



ALISON SIBLEY 

Ali 

Good times may come and go, 
But the memories will last forever 



MOLLY ANNE 
SILVESTRONE 



And all of those friendly; people. 
Showing me uwys togo . . And I never 
Want to lose their inspiration. 



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AMY ANNE SLINKARD 



CANDACE A. SMITH 

Candy 



ELLEN SINCLAIR 



Can I tell you I'm happy to be here. 
To share and consider this time? 
For I see here the shadows of changes. 
And a feeling of new friends to find. 

— John Denver 
"Starwood in Aspen" 



ANDREW SMART 



As / travel through bad and good. 

Keep me travelling the way I should. 
Give me courage when the world is 
rough 

Keep me loving, 
thougn the world is tough. 




CLASS OF 1983 




ROBERT SNIDER 
Rob 

Life goes on. 

Long after the thrill of living is 

Gone, so let it rock, let it roll 

Let the bible belt come and save my 

Soul, hold on to seventeen as long as 

You can, changes come around real 

soon 

To make us women and men. 

— J. Cougar 



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THERESA M. SODERSTROM 
Teri 

Our memories of yesterday 
Will last a lifetime 
We'll take the best, forget the rest. 
And someday; we'll find 
These are the best of times. 



« Eagles, III, D.M.D., P.C. 

Bedford Professional Bldg. 
50 Looffixs Street 
Bedford, i.ia^s. 01730 
275 5 



MICHAEL SPOFFORD 

Wally 

We drench ourselves 
With the grace of exhaustion. 
And the ecstasy of knowing 
We are worthi; to receive it. 



ERIC STEPHAN 

Never thought about tomorrow 
It seemed like a /ong time to come. 

-J. Ceils 



BEN A. STINSON 

The shape of things to come Laser/Lite 
— Styx 



CAROLYN STOCKDALE 

The clouds never expect it when it 
Rains, but the sea changes color, but, 
The sea does not change. And so 
With the slow, graceful, flow of age 
I went forth with an age old desire 
To please 

On the edge of seventeen 



TAMSON JANE STOUTER 

Tammy 

Where your treasure is, 

There will be your heart be also. 

Matthew 6:21 



NANCY FRANCES 
SULLIVAN 

Nancy 

Those who so lovingly; give of 
Themselves 
Give others such 
Warm memories. 

— Rebecca Jane Coleman 




CLASS OF 1983 




KRISTEN SUNDRA 
Kristy 

On wings of hope 
Each heart can travel free . . . 
As high as love can soar . . . 
As far as dreams can see . . . 



KAREN E. SWIDER 

The changes somehow frighten me. 

But still I have to smile. 

It turns me on to think of growin' old. 

— John Denver 



MICHELLE M. TAYLOR 

// you can imagine it, 

you can achieve it. 
If you can dream it. 

you can become it. 



ELIZABETH D. TELFORD 
Bethanne 

On/y as far as we seek can we go ... 
On/y as much as we dream can we be. 

— Anon^imous 



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AMY B. THEOBALD 

// / am not for myse// — 

Who will be? 

If I aw not for others — 

What am I? 

If not now — 

When? 



GREGORY G. TOWLE 

Greg 



PATRICK J. TOWLE 
Pat 



DOUGLAS TRAYNOR 
Doug 



/ made it! 



You can discover more about a person in I've got to move 
an hour of p/ay than in a i/ear of con- I've had my fun. 
versation. — Keith Richards 





CLASS OF 1983 





AMY TUCKER 



GRETCHEN VOIGT 

/ look to the sea. 
reflections in the waves, 
spark my memories, 
some happ};. some sad. 
I think of childhood friends, 
and the dreams we had. 



— Styx 



MARK STEVEN WACHSLER 

Murph^i's Law on Computer Science: 

If builders built buildings the u)ay prog- 
rammers write programs, the first wood- 
pecker that came along would destroy 
civilization. 



BARBARA J. WALLINE 

Burb 

For long you live, and high you //y. 
and smiles you give, and tears you cry, 
and all you touch, and all you see. 
is all iiour life will ever be. 

— Pink Royd 



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DENISE H. WEBB 
Dee 

The time has come for us to part 
you'// neuer know how it breaks my 
heart, 

The memories I have I'll alwai;s hold. 
What I can say but it's a drag getting old! 



BILL WEBSTER 

Don't let dreams just be dreams. 
Keep dreaming until t/iey come true. 



JAMES D. WESOLEK 



PAMELA J. WETHERBEE 
Bcc 

It's alright to live in {^our imagination. 
If you can't handle the situation just cut 
and start again! 

— The Who 
(John Entwhistle) 






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SHARON A. WHEATON 



Life is too short, 
so u;hy waste precious time. 



DAVID WHEELER 

Corpsman 



ROBERT WILLIAMS 



Times are gettin' harder, 
— Pat Benatar but just remember . . . 

"ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE" 

— Swimmer 



MIKE WILLIAMSON 

Out there is a fortune to be had. 
You think I'll let it go you're mad. 
You've got another thing comin'. 

— Judas Priest 



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RANDY WILSON 



NORMAN C. WRIGHT 

Those crazy nights. I do remember 
In my youth 

/ do recall, those were the best times. 
Most of all. 

— Joumeii 



SARAH A. WRIGHT 

Though we travel the world over to find 
the beautiful, we must cany it with us or 
we find it not 

— Emerson 





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JOHN BIEREN 
DAVID BROWN 
DAWN CARDOOS 
CHRISTEEN CAVANAGH 
CHARLES E. CLAIRBORNE 
DANIEL COLONERO 
TIMOTHY FRENCH 
JAMES V. GATTO 
m JAMES GODBOUT 
■ ADITYA P. GOEL 



DARLENE GRAGG 
JOHN C. HAYWARD 
RODNEY LAIRD 
BENJAMIN MENDES 
JEFFERY O'ROURKE 
ALAN PAINE 
JENNIFER PLUNK 
ANSONIA SAUNDERS 
STEVEN SHAW 
ERNIE VOEGTLIN 



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In Memory 

Sean Carter 

1965-1982 




To you Sean 
Although you are gone 
Your presence is near, 
We see you in dreams 
Your voice we can hear. 
We will never forget 
Your thoughtful wa\;s, 
Your fnendl]^ face 
Is remembered alwai;s. 
There's a special place 
In each and every heart 
For the memories of you 
Are too special for us to part . . . 
Love alwai;s and forever, 

Your friends 



SENIOR 
DIRECTORY 



AGONIS, JOHN GREGORY 

2 Page Road 

ALDORISIO. SUSAN PAULA 

24 Chelmsford Road 
ACTIVITIES: J. V. Field Hockey 1,2. Varsity 
Field Hockey 3,4; J.V. Tennis 1: Varsity 
Tennis 2,3.4; Varsity Gymnastics 1,2; 
THANKS TO: Friends Forever, L.F., M.C., 
M.P„ C.J., N.D,, L.M., N.S.. V.M., CM., 
M L.. (Don't forget the good times); FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to College. 

ALEXANDER, KEN 

336 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Riflery, Indoor 
Soccer. — 

ANSEL. DANA K. ' 

4 Wagon Wheel Drive 
ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 1; Ski Team 
1.2,3; THANKS TO: RYFF CC, SO, RS. 
GM, PL: FUTURE GOALS: Politics and Life. 

ARGON, KEMAL 

16 Wild wood Drive 

AUCOIN, DAVID 

10 Lynfield Street 

FUTURE GOALS: Possibly college. 

AVILA, JUAN CARLOS 

6 Old Stagecoach Road 

AVITABILE. LUCIA-ELENA 

17 Nellis Terrace 




AYASSE. SUSAN F.C. 

29 Webber Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Class Vice-President 1,3,4; 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3.4; Concert Band 
1; Soccer 'Hockey Cheerleader 2,3, Captain 4 
Legislative Committee 1; Double Sextette 4; 
SADD 3,4; THANKS TO: Thank you for lots 
of laughs and a listening ear — B D.. L.M.. 

G.H . M.G.. K S.. LA.. M P. FUTURE 
GOALS: College and graduate school, major 
of biology. Career goals — medicine, 
opthamology or research in these areas. 
Would like to travel Europe and U.S. for a 
year sometime. 



BAILEY. CYNTHIA R. 

8 Paul Revere Road 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1; X-Country 
1,2.3; Captain 4; Spring Track 1; Manager 2, 
Choir 1.2,3.4; Musical 1,2,3.4; Jr. Prom 
Committee: Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 
2. 



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BAILEY. KELLY A. 

53 Summer Street 

BARBERI, DAVID S., 

175 South Road 

THANKS TO: Good Memories — Good 

Luck; G.R., S.D., P.F.. E K., M B., J.C.: 
FUTURE GOALS: To obtain a bachelors 
degree in accounting and to pursue a career 
as an accountant. 

BARNES. ANGELA 

46 Concord Road 

FUTURE GOALS: 1 would like to be the 

President. 

BATES, BRADLEY 

18 Old Stagecoach Road 

BECKER, NANCY J. 




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27 Burlington Road 

ACTIVITfES: Concert Band 3,4, Marching 
Band 3,4. Wind Ensemble 4. Orchestra 4; 
Yearbook Editorial Staff 4. NHS 3.4. 
THANKS TO: Thanks AM. C C . C B , 
A F . A S . L H FUTURE GOALS: College 

BENSLEY, STEPHEN 

18 Gould Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1; Tele-Media 
1.2 A V 2, NHS 3,4; THANKS TO: Thanks 
and good luck to CC. E G . M.W . D H . 
SO, R S , AND S C FUTURE GOALS: I 
plan to study Mechanical Engineering 

BENSON. LAUREN 

4 Gould Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1,2; Ensembles 
1.2; Wind Ensembles 3.4; Choir 3.4: 
Orchestra 3.4. Musical 3,4; Drama Club 
1,2,3.4; Marching Band 1.2,3.4; Pep Band 
1,2.3.4; Citizenship Committee 3. THANKS 
TO: J R. C K , LL, K T., B W . M K . R.Y.. 
W U , D.B.. S.M.. U.L. TR., A O.. J A , N.D. 
I.e., H B . O.O., N E.. P E.. A C. H.J., l.M . 
B E. A M . DR. IV. I.N., P O . T.M.. 
T S : FUTURE GOALS: Economics, 
stock-broking. Wall Street! $. husband, 
family 



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BIBEE. MICHELLE 

152 Ent Road 

ACTIVITIES: Student Office 1.2.3.4. 
THANKS TO: Vicki Kucherer, Martha Gessel. 
Krissy Connors. Lucia Avitabile, and everyone 
else. 

BIEREN. JOHN 

15 A Curve Street 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 1; Rifle Team 2.3.4; 
Drill Team, ROTC Color Guard; FUTURE 
GOALS: My goals after high school are to join 
the military. 1 will be stationed at Fort 
Benning. Georgia, for my Infantry. Airborne 
and Ranger training. 

BINSACK. THERESA 



14 Reed Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; J V Field Hockey 
Manager 1.2. Prom Committee Chairp>crson 3. 
Prom Committee 4; THANKS TO: Friends 
forever — M M , D S., DM, FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to a four-year College for 
Business 

BIRCH, BARBARA G. 

7 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITES: Varsity Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
Majorettes 1 Co-Captain 2,3,4; THANKS 
TO: Patti, thanks for being my best friend! 
Thanks for the memories — Stephanie, 
Michelle. Julie. Sean. Jim, Nancy. Christine. 
Kathy, Paul, Chris. Guy and Greg. Many good 
times to remember with all of you — I'll never 
forget those good times or my good 
friends. FUTURE GOALS: Four year 
college Major: Business Managennent 

BLASl. LAURA ANN 

34 Fayette Road 

ACTIVITIES: Prom Decorating 3; THANKS 
TO: Friends Forever L M.. N D . S F . C J . 
D.S , S A . L F . K B . L D . ML, M C , S B , 
L C , A F , FUTURE GOALS: College for 
Business Management to be a legal secretary. 

BOUDREAU. DANIEL J. 

94 Page Road 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2.3.4. THANKS TO: 
Thanks for the good times — Keith. Kevin. 
Mark. Jim. Paul. Kris C . Julie M . Sue. 
Carolyn. Greg & Laura T J Maxx Clan — 
Kathy. Diane. Gail. Chrissy D . Lucia. Diane 
G.. Merry. Donna. Ann. Penny. Michele. Jen. 
Kerstin; FUTURE GOALS: To experience all 
Life has to give; Engineer (Design); College; 
Make money. 

BRADY, MARK 

69 South Road 




ACTIVITIES: Football. Basketball. Baseball. 
THANKS TO: Thanks a lot for Schwebber. 
Friends, and lots to do in a boring town.; 
FUTURE GOALS: A little travel, better 
surroundings Being on my own (maybe 
some college, too!). 

BRADY. SEAN PAUL 

46 Hillside Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2 3. Winter Track 
2.3.4 Lacrosse 1.2.4: THANKS TO: G.G.. 
D.B . DO. PP. It only took us 13 years! 
Also "Best Wishes to the Boys!": FUTURE 
GOALS: Marry a rich woman and retire. 

BRADY, THOMAS 

21 Hartford Street 

BRAMMER. KEITH 

22 Curve Street 

BRELAND, DONNA GAIL 

111 Page Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1.2: FootbaU — 
Basketball Cheerleader 3,4; THANKS TO: 



Remember the good times and the fun we 
had: M.T., M.M., M.D., S.B., K.S., L.M.; 
FUTURE GOALS: To do the best I can in 
life and to succeed. 

BROWN, DAVID 

10 Hill Ten-ace 

BROWN, NATHANIEL K. 

1 Mudge Way 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1; Swimming 1,2,3,4; 
Track 3,4. 

BRYAN, KATHRINA 

55 Pine Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: AFS 1,2; Citizenship Committee 
1,2,3; Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Musicals 1,2,3,4; 
Drama 1,2,3; Choir 1; Madrigal 2,3,4; Double 
Sextette 2,3,4; Student Advisory Committee 
2,3; Jazz Ensemble 4; THANKS TO: Thanks 
LEL, Klam, Stubs, Goldie, Bubba, Mental, 
Daisy, you made the last six years different, 
enjoyable, bearable as well as fun (not fun)! 
Hires to youl; FUTURE GOALS: I want to 
become rich, famous, successful. A computer 
scientist, married with 4 kids, and a modem 
home in New Hampshire. 

BUCKLEY, SUSAN E. 

10 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Yearbook Staff 
4; THANKS TO: Linda, Laurie, Jacki, Ali, 
Laura P., Laura R., Lisa, Nadine, Kris, Bridie, 
Launie, Elaine. FUTURE GOALS: Keep on 
PARTYING!!!! 

BULLOCK, SUSAN 

7 Notre Dame Road 
ACTIVITIES: Varsity Gymnastics 1,3,4; 
Football — Basketball Cheerleader 2; 
Ensembles 1,2; Prom Committee 3,4; Pep 
Club 4; THANKS TO: Kristie, thanx for a 



CALLAHAN. MAUREEN B. 

383 South Road 

THANKS TO: Friends Forever - 
C.J., N.D., L.M., S.F., L.C., S.B. 



S.A., L.F., 




special friendship that will last for a lifetime. 
I'm glad we were there for each other when 
we really needed someone, Thanx for the 
good times: Kristy, Sue D., Mary, Kerri, 
Nancy, Donna, Michelle, Jill A., Kathy A.; 
FUTURE GOALS: To work with animals . . . 
Be a wife and a mother . . . 

BURNES, DOUG 

53 Notre Dame Road 

THANKS TO: D O., E M., S B., G.G., B P., 
P.P., B.W.; FUTURE GOALS: To be rich and 
own the nicest G.T.O. 

BUSA, MICHELLE 

36 Crescent Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Soccer 2,3,4; Varsity 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Softball 1,2,3,4; 
THANKS TO:C.D., C.C., Soccer & Basketball 
teams; FUTURE GOALS: I plan to attend a 
four year College to play basketball and find a 
career working with handicapped children. 

BUXTON, THERESA 

8 Sibley Drive 



CAMPBELL, SCOTT 

66 Pine Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Marching 
Band 4; Choir 1,2,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Color 
Guard 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Football 2; 
FUTURE GOALS: Army National Guard-U 
MASS. 

CARDOOS, DAWN 

285 South Road 

CARR, BETTINA 

178 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1; Double Sextette 3,4; 
Choir 3,4; Yearbook 4; THANKS TO: Kris for 




always being there, and Gail for all the 
memories (pickle); FUTURE GOALS: College 
bound, major — still undecided. 

CASEY, TIMOTHY J. 

40 North Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; FUTURE 
GOALS: Policeman. 

CASTLEBERRY, DEBORAH A. 

71 -C Scott Circle 

CASTRO, CHRIS 

109 David Road 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis; A-V Media Intern; 
Legislative Committee; National Honor Society 
3,4. THANKS TO: Shteevo — Mr. Phrase; 
D.H., I.M., D.A., S.B. never'; G.M., E.O., 
EG., D.W., S C., R.S., K.H., CD., See ya!! 
FUTURE GOALS: Law; Politics; Coach a 
little league team. 

CAVANAGH, CHRISTEEN 

74 Springs Road 

CHASE, BRIAN L. 

4 Sherwood Drive 

THANKS TO: K.C., G.F, SR., P R. L.C . 
M R, T.R., C.K., L.T., L.R., SO. FUTURE 
GOALS: To open a body shop, and be 
successful and happy. 

CHEMLEN, CHRIS 

303 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; FUTURE 
GOALS: Go into the Merchant Marines, or 
become a helicopter pilot in the Army. 

CHISHOLM, LAURIE 

32 Fayette Road 
ACTIVITIES: Softball 1; THANKS TO: To 

many more good times! L.C, S B., J.N., A S . 
RA., L.M., N.D., S R. L.R., D.K., LR, M B., 
T.B., ES. M.T., G.T., N.G., D.S, M.C, K G. 
FUTURE GOALS: College Bound: Paralegal 

CIAMPA. KEITH 

13 Meadowbrook Road 



CLAIRBORNE. CHARLES 

58 Shaw Circle 

CLARK, NICK J. 

7 Offutt Road 

CLYDE, CAROLYN 

488 South 520 East, Orem, Utah 84057 
ACTIVITIES:Spring Track 1,3,4; Gymnastics 
2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; AFS 4; 
Drama Club 1. THANKS TO: D.B., N.B., 
CM., A.R, J.C, and especially to C.B., J.E., 
and G.K. FUTURE GOALS: To be successful 
and to have a beautiful family. 

CODY, MAYA 

26 Reeves Road 

COLEMAN, LISA 

554 Springs Road 

THANKS TO: Thanks for some very spiecial 
times — E.H., LL, T.S., R.G., D.K., M.S., & 

H. K. 

COLLINS, JANET 

11 Bandera Drive 

COLONERO, DANIEL 

10 Hilltop Drive 

CONCANNON, THOMAS W. 

35 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2; Marching Band 

I, 2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Spring Track 
2,3; X-Country 3,4; THANKS TO: R.M., J.G., 
J.H., M R, E.K., G.H., CD. — What great 
times we've had. The prom, canoes, 
limousines, Oaklerhomer! Thanks. K.P., B.D., 
D.B., M.K., T P., A.R. — Let's win the league. 
FUTURE GOALS: President of Chrysler 
Company. 

CONNORS, KRISTINE C. 

362 South Road 



ysler 




ACTIVITIES: Majorette 1,2,3.4; gymnastics 1: 
Prom Committee 3,4; THANKS TO: S.M., 
K.S, J.M , G.V., E.M., Dapper, LA.. S.W.. 
CD., CD., T.D.. M.R 

CONWAY, JEFF 

314 Old Billerica Road 

COREY. PETER B. 

2 Page Road 

ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse 1 THANKS TO: 
Shine on you crazy diamond. Scan C. we all 
wish you were here. To everyone I've 
laughed, fought, walked, talked, thought, or 
crashed with; The years have been interesting 
to say the least, but the blue bus is calling us 
— driver where you takin' us^ FUTURE 
GOALS: To run for the stars, and ride the 
snake to the ancient lake till I find the street 
where the creatures meet To live forever 

CORMIER. LINDA M. 

53 Loomis Street 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4; THANKS TO: 



Thanks for ali the good times; Sue.Laurie, 
Jacki, Ali, Lisa, Nadine, Laura R,, Laura P., 
and Gimbie. FUTURE GOALS: I want to 
work for a while and then go to school, party 
and keep in touch with my friends. 

COUTO, SANDRA JEANNE 

14 Beverly Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer; Basketball; Softball, 
Prom Committee; THANKS TO: Steve! 
Vickie, Kathy, Linda, Robin and special thanks 
to Gina. FUTURE GOALS: 1 plan on entering 
into the world of Cosmetology, and to own 
my own salon. 

COWAN, KRISTEN S. 

12 Riverside Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Softball Manager 2; Choir 3.4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; THANKS TO: Two very 
special people, Tina and Gail; 1 love you both 
so very much. Thanks to friends like you high 
school was real memorable. Thanks also 
L A C, J.S., A.S.. B.H., A.F. 

CROCKER, GERALD E. JR. 

28 Gould Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; 
Lacrosse 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; THANKS 
TO: Thanks, Thanks. FUTURE GOALS: 
College acceptance, college graduation, then 
the Presidency! 

CROCKER. JENNIFER EMILY 

11 Putnam Road _ 
ACTIVITIES: AFS 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; M 
Basketball 1,2.3,4; Soccer 2; Track 1; ^ 
FUTURE GOALS: No big plans — I'll just 
take it as it comes. 

CROKE, KATHY M 
14 Beveriy Road ^ 
ACTIVITIES: X-Country 1.2,3; Spring Track 
1; Prom Committee 3; FUTURE GOALS: To 




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enjoy and hopefully be a success in a job 
dealing with business. ^ 

DAMERY. MARK " 

1 Perham Road 

DAVIDSON, MARY C. ^ 

39 Fletcher Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1.2.3,4; 
Basketball 1; Manager 2; Ensembles 2.3,4; 
Prom Committee 3.4; Pep Club 4; THANKS 
TO: I'll always remember the good times." 
cause those were the BEST TIMES. Thanks 
everyone; Susan B., Donna B., Dianne S.. 
Patty R., Knsty S.. Mark 1., Mark G Last, but 
not least, to Susan D.. you're the best friend 
anyone can have. To Joanne — always 
remember our talks & all of the nights that we 
were together, raising cain!! FUTURE 
GOALS: To attend college & become a wife 
and mother. 



D'ARCO, JEFFREY 
111 Offut Road 



DEDRICK, CHRISTINA L. ^ 

18 Nickerson Road 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1.2; Boys' Soccer 
Manager 2; Prom Committee 3.4; THANKS 
TO: Thanks for the great times that we'll 
always remember; D.S.. K.C.. T B.. M M., 
K C , S W , S M . B C , K.C , B P FUTURE 
GOALS: I'm planning to go to Burdett 
Secretarial School, and then go on to forward 
my future in a business field. 



DEFOE, SCOTT A. 

18A Bedford Village 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2.3.4; Baseball 1; 
Basketball 1.2; Lacrosse 3.4 THANKS TO: 
C C . T F , B.B.D R.L , B.M FUTURE 
GOALS: I plan to go on to a four year college 
and study criminology. 




DEFRANCESCO. TRAGI A. 

16 Sunnyfield Road 

ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3,4; Yearbook 
Staff 4 THANKS TO: Thanks for being there 
when I needed you: Beth D.. Carolyn S . Tcnri 
D . Ms Blackwell. Dawn C. Laurie C. Friends 
forever B D , C S , D.J , L B , D C , L.C . 
T.D , and the A wing crowd Thanks to 
Carolyn, if it wasn't Tor you. Kevin and I might 
not be together today It means a lot to me. 
FUTURE GOALS: To go to Westfield State 
and major in Computer Science. Get a good 
job when I graduate. 

DELANEY, TERRI 

4 Bridge Street 

ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 1, THANKS TO: 

Good luck T D , C S , L C . D W . C S.. K.M., 
C N. — Dont forget Steno i, C Period. L.C, 
T D . R.M , etc FUTURE GOALS: College. 
Career, and Marriage 

DENARO. BETH M. 

99 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2.3; THANKS 
TO: Thanks for all the fun times and 
memories — lot's of luck in the future — keep 
in touch — S A.. M G.. T D.. L.M., E.K., 
R.M., PR . L P.. L.C. 

DEVINE. JIM 

67B Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2 Winter Track 3.4; 
Spring Track 4; Parralax 3.4. THANKS TO: 
J. P.. I.M.. B S.. And especially Mike, even 
though he's not gonna' read this because he is 
in Braska. FUTURE GOALS: To be a 
soundman for Iron Maiden 

DICLEMENTE. NADINE A. 

6 Dana Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3.4; THANKS 
TO: Friends Forever — L,M., C J., S.F.. L.B., 
LF. S.A., L.C. S R., M.C, A.F.. N.S. 
FUTURE GOALS: To advance in the field of 

math and be rich!! 

DOHERTY. PHYLLIS 



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25 Gould Road 

ACTIVITIES: Parallax 1.2.3. AFS 2.3.4. NHS 
3.4; Musical 3.4; Orchestra 3.4; Spring Track 
2.3; Cross Country 3.4 THANKS TO: Karin. 
Cindy. Mr Keup. and all cross country 
members. To Becky. Jenny. Judy. Valerie. 
Donald, Jeanne, Christine. Amy, and Mr. 
Hagar — I hope we will always be friends. 
Gone / love is never gone as we travel on / 
love's what we'll remember FUTURE 
GOALS: 1 hope to attend a four college and 
study foreign languages and music, and get a 
degree in my field. Most of all , I want to 
make myself and others happy by doing what 
I like doing. 

DONADIO. CHRISTINE M. 

6 Cot Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 1,2,3; Swim 
team 1,2,3,4. captain 4; Gymnastics 1,2,3.4. 
captain 3,4. Track 1,2,3,4. captain 4. 
Ensembles 1. Choir 3.4; Double Sextette 3.4; 
Musical crew 1. Musical 3.4 THANKS TO: 
Janice, you'll always be MYB. Becky. Gail. 
Barbara. Julie, Tom, and Jon. 

DONAHUE. TIMOTHY H. 

94 Hartwell Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2,3,4. Indoor Track 
1.2.3.4, Baseball 1.2.3.4 FUTURE GOALS: 
Take it as it comes' 

DOUGHERTY. KERRI ELLEN 

312 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: X Country 1.2,3; Captain 4. 
Spnng Track 1.2.3.4. Winter Track 1. Pep 
Club 4; Ensembles 1.2. Yearbook Staff 1.4. 
Class President 1.2.3.4. NHS 3; NHS 
Vice-President 4. Prom Committee 3.4; 
S A D D 3.4; THANKS TO: Kead. Lil. Mol. 
Kristy. Sue B and D . Ame. Tern B and S. 
Tarn, Cand. Ali. Kim. Lane. Gail, and my little 




honey FUTURE GOALS: I plan on 
becoming a physical therapist in spwrts 
medicine and working with small children to 
teenagers especially. 

DRAPER. KIMBERLY 

10 Temple Terrace 

DRASKOVICH. ALYNNE 

41 Fayette Road 

DROHAN. PETER 

15 Glenridge Road 

DUNN. PETER 

4 Cedar Ridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2, Varsity 3,4, 

Lacrosse 3 Varsity 4, THANKS TO: Goob 

DURING. CECILIA 

4 Washington Street 

DUTRA. SUSAN MARIE 

1 Lynnfield Street 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Ensembles 



1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Pep Club 4; 
THANKS TO: Always remember the good 
times and the memories. Friends Forever! 
S.B., N.S., D.S., C.J., P.R., L.M., D.B., K.D., 
K.S., M.G., M i., and especially M.D. To 
Joanne — Always remember our talks, and 
good times together (weekend trips); 
FUTURE GOALS: To work with children and 
become a wife and a mother. 

EATON, ERIC 

10 Winchester Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; 
FUTURE GOALS: College. 

ELLIS, JIM 

3 Buriington Road 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3,4; 
Computer Club 1,2,3,4; President 3; 
Legislative Committee 3,4; MIT Educational 
Shidies Program 1,2,3,4, School Rep. 2,3,4; 
Science Club 1,2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 
3,4; School newspaper 1. THANKS TO: My 
various comrades, intellectuals, hose heads, 
and PH.D.s throughout high school. You 
know who you are!!!; my friends at the MIT 
Educational Studies Program; and a furry little 
creature from the Crab Nebula. FUTURE 
GOALS: To work for Peace on Earth, or on 
another planet should we fail. 

EPENETER, JOHN A. 

98 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Telemedia 
1,2,3,4; Computer Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 2.3,4; 
Musical 2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Concert Band 4; 
Marching Band 4; Pep Club 4; Swim Team 3; 
Spring Track 4; Winter Track 4. THANKS 
TO:P.G., J.O., J.M., K.S., J.E., A T., K.M., 
B.K., G.H., T.C., P.S., J.K., Mom, Dad, and 
especially G.K., C.C., and C.B. FUTURE 
GOALS: A career in Radio and Television 
Broadcasting. 




FARINELLO, LAURA H 

11 Harvard Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Tennis 1; Soccer 
and Hockey Cheerleading 2.3,4; THANKS 
TO: S.A., L.M., C.J., S.F., M.C., N.D., S.R., 
Let's not forget the great times!! P S. Good 
luck '83! Friends forever. 

FEEHRER. JEANNE EMILY 

9 Gleason Road 

ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 1,2,3,4; Spring 
Track 1; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 
3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Marching Band 1,2.3.4; 
Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Pit Orchestra 3,4; 4. 
THANKS TO: LB., C.K.. L.L., K.T., V.A., 
N.l., N.E, A.M., U.L., T.R., A.M.. I.Y., Peach, 
M.I., N.T., B.O., O.N., Ray, M.O., L.S.. Jim. 
B.T.. Thanks so much to all — it's been a 
great four years. Best of luck always. 

FIORINO, JILVIEVE M. 

16 Overlook Drive 

THANKS TO: T.P., J.K., L.G., A.H.. H.L, 
J.M., K.P., A.H., .S.K., L.H., H.V.. L.D., 



S.M., Thanks! FUTURE GOALS: Criminal 
Law/Business Field (Real Estate) 

FOLWEILER. SARA L. 

45 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1,2,3.4; 

Gymnastics 1,2; Ski Team 3,4; Spring Track 

1; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3. THANKS TO: 

L.M., N.D., C.J., L.F., S.A., LB., S.R„ M.C., 

— Thanks for all the good times! Friends 

Forever! 



FORREST. GREG 

315 Springs Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3; FUTURE 
GOALS: Retire at the age of 25. 

FREEMAN. PAUL 

3 Dunster Road 





FRENCH. ANGIE 

25 Offutt Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 2,3,4; 
Gymnastics 3,4; Co-capt 3; Yearbook Editorial 
Staff 4; N.H.S. 3,4. THANKS TO: A.S., C.B 
N.B., C.C., K M., CD., J.J. FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to college, get married, and 
travel. 

FRENCH, MARK 

21 Brookside Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 1,2,4. 

FRENCH, TIMOTHY 

6 Hardy Road 

FULLER. DIANA 

68 Patterson Road 

GATTO, JAMES 

39 Old Stagecoach Road 

GAUNTLETT. GORDY 

' 25 Fox Run Road 
ACTIVITIE: Football 1,2; Skiing 2,4; 
THANKS TO: Good times with B P., S B., 
D.B., D O., P.P., J.M., D.S., M l., B.T., CM., 
M.G., CP. Remember the times we had 
together because those will be the ones that 
you will remember me by. FUTURE GOALS: 
Plan on hard work early, and live off it in the 
end. Always stay in touch with my friends. 

GAUNTT, JANINE 

6 Reed Road 

ACTIVITIES: Drama 1.2,3,4 

GERDES. ERIC 

21 Page Road 

ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 
1,2,3,4; FUTURE GOALS: Attend M I T., 
enter Air Force ROTC. 



k GESSEL MARTHA 

i 107 B Scott Circle 

THANKS TO: Vicki Kucher. Mrs. Dowling 
(librarian); FUTURE GOALS: Social Worker 



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GETTMAN. ROBERT S. 

40 Genetto Circle 

FUTURE GOALS: To be a famous auto 
mechanic and build a lot of fast cars. 



GIARD. MICHELLE LOUISE 

17 Washington Street 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2,4; Prom Committee 
3,4; Yearbook 4; THANKS TO: Treasured 
friends are forever — love you always! 
FUTURE GOALS: To go on to a career in 
Dental Hygenistry, and to make the most of 
whatever comes my way. 

GIURLEO. MARY 

11 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; 
Musical 2,3,4; Double Sextette 3,4; NHS 3,4; 
Ensembles 1; Tennis 1; FUTURE GOALS: To_ 
leam, travel and be happy. 

GODBOUT. JAMES J. 

69 Ent Road 

GOEL, ADITYA 

25 Selfridge Road 

GOLDMAN. JONATHAN 

52 Meadowbrook Road 
Thanks to: T.C, CD., J.H., G.H., M P., 
Amy, Lucia, and Mike. 

GONSALVES. MARK 

192 South Road 

GRAEFF. KURT ROBERT 

325 Springs Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Stage Crew 4. THANKS TO: Thanks for the 
good times DC, L.T., and S T. and friends. 

GRAGG. DARLENE 

15 Riverside Avenue 




GREELISH. JOSEPH P. 

8 Gould Road 
ACTIVITIES: Track 1; Ski Team 1,2.3,4; 
Yearbook Editorial Staff 4; THANKS TO: 
Remember the good times — J.J.. K.P.. M W.. 
R.M., N.C, T.M.. ER.B.. G.M., W.S.. A.R.; 
FUTURE GOALS: To become a C P A and 
travel. 

HALL. KAREN LYNN 

7 Sheridan Road 

ACTIVITIES: Varsity Softball 3,4; Computer 
Club Secretary 4; AFS 4; Math League 4; 
FUTURE GOALS: To graduate from college 
and pursue a Masters Degree in computer 
sciences. 

HAMILTON. JULIE 

14 Fern Way 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball (Mgr.) 1,2,3; Track 
1; Soccer 2.3.4; Tennis 2,3.4; Marching Band 
1,2,3.4; AFS 1; Drama 1; Prom Committee 
3,4; THANKS TO: Thanks for being there — 
G.H.. C R.. K.C . J.G., T.C , MP. C D. — 



friends forever. FUTURE GOALS: To be 
happy, successful, travel, and find Mr Right! 

HANLEY. BRIAN 

235 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: X-Country 2,3,4; Winter Track 
1 2 4; Spring Track 1,4; Concert Band 1,2.3; 
Wind & Jazz Ensemble 4; FUTURE GOALS: 
To enter the world of broadcasting, journalism, 
and reporting. 



HARRIGAN. DANIEL C. 

29 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 1,2,3,4; Computer Club 
2nd Vice-President 3,4; Parallax Staff 3,4; 
Legislative Committee 3,4; Gennan Club 2; 
NHS 3,4; THANKS TO: the intellectuals, 
cadets, musicians, non-conformists and other 
friends who made this possible — "We'll 
come back alive, because only the strong 
survive." FUTURE GOALS: To be an 
electrical engineer in the military. 

HARRINGTON. ERIN 

10 Cot Hill Road 
THANKS FOR: everylasting memories — 
LAC, M&MS, L.D.L, Deb, T.S., D.K.. H.K.. 
& Mike. 

HARRISON. BECKY 

266 A. Concord Road j 
ACTIVITIES: Ensembles 1.2.3; Yearbook 
Editorial Staff 4; THANKS TO: Forever 
Friends — Chrissie D., Jen & Jenny, Laughing 
in the middle of the road. Good times and fun 
are forever; Mich. Phay, Bethanne, Jeanne 
thanks for always being there. You are all the 
greatest! FUTURE GOALS: To go to a good 
college and major in Biology. Hopefully to 
eventually work with animals. Happiness is 
most important. 



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HAYWARD. JOHN C. 

5 Harvard Drive 



HEGGESTAD, DAVID 

21 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming and diving teams 

1,2,3,4; Tennis team 1,2,3,4. 

HEINRICH, GAIL SUSANNE 

286 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: X-Country 2; Spring Track 2; 
Marching Band 1,2; Concert Band 1,2,3; 
Yearbook Editorial Staff 4; THANKS TO: 
Love to my friends Julie H., Crink^ Bucstink, 
J.G.. T.C., D.B., L.C., K.C. Your support and 
friendship will always be treasured; and 1 hope 
our future is more than just memories. We've 
had a lot of fun! FUTURE GOALS: College, 
successful business career, U.S. travel, 
marriage & children. 

HELLER, OLIVER 

330 Old Billerica Road 



HERLIHY. PATRICK WILLIAM ^ 

73-B Scott Circle 

FUTURE GOALS: To sen/e my country in 
the United States Navy. 

HERLIHY, THERESA 

73-B Scott Circle 

future goals; To graduate. 

HEWITT. SEAN M. 

18 Grey Terrace 

HIGHAM. DAVID 

34 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3.4; Soccer 4; 

FUTURE GOALS: To become an artist, 

HILKER. JENNIFER 

275 Carlisle Road 

ACTIVITIES: Parallax 4; Tele Media 3,4; 




THANKS TO: Beckv who is always there 
when 1 need a friencl and to TJ who made 
high school memorable. FUTURE GOALS: 1 
want to major in Equine Studies and train 
horses in dressage and jumping. 

HIRAYAMA. HINA 

97 North Road 

HODGKINSON. ROBERT M. 

108 Offut Road 

HULBERT. GAIL M. 

5 Robinson Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Legislative Committee 1; 
Gymnastics 1; Ensembles 1; Choir 2,3,4; 
Double Sextette 3,4, Musical 2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Majorettes 
1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; THANKS TO: Tina & Kris 
for your constant support and encouragement, 
looking forward to the future Thanks 
Sue-Beau, Mary and Karen — yo" re the best! 
Love ya Chrissy-Babe (eyes!). Thanks for a 
long friendship. Elaine — Love you always. 
FUTURE GOALS: ! plan to attend two 
different Universities for a B.A. in physical 
therapy. I hope to work as a therapist in either 
a hospital or in a rehabilitation center. I also 
hope to spend some time in women's 
counseling. 

ISNOR. MARK 

138 Page Road 

JELALIAN. ALAN 

3 Reeves Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2,3.4; Rifle 1,2,3; 
THANKS TO: The greatest bunch of guys 1 
know' R.O., T.F., J.O., CM., R.M.. M.F., 
T D , J.S., P.T., G.T., E E.. P.D., P.F., E.L., 
CM. 

JELLISON, DINA 

2 McMahon Way 

JOHNSON. CAROL A. 

334 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1,2,; Field Hockey 



1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; THANKS TO: 
Friends Forever — N.D., L.M., S.F.. LF., 
S.A., S R.. LB. S.D., N.S., M L, and D.S. 

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA 

1 Harvard Drive 

KELNHOFER. JOSEPH ROBERT 

2 Foster Road 

ACTIVITIES: X-Countiy 4; Soccer 1,2,3; 
Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Math 
League 3,4. 

KEMPTON. MICHAEL 

9 Richard Road 

KENISON. ELAINE 

9 Summer Street 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1.2.3.4; Marching 
Band 1.2.3,4,; AFS 1.3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; 
J.V Softball Manager 2. ROTC 4; Tele Media 
3.4; THANKS TO: Everyone. I love you all 
— R.M.. T C. P C., J.M.. LM , B.D., K M.. 
Mr. H . Sgt. P.. Lt R. To the Greatest Great 
Adventure group ever! — P.G.. S C . K M.. 
K.S.. S.M. — Best of luck always P G. — 
Bunny Bear and 81 1 forever! FUTURE 
GOALS: Hope to attend U Mass; probably 
will go through ROTC. Possible followed by a 
computer programming career with the Air 
Force. 

KENNY. DIANA MARIE 

33 Old Stagecoach Road 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Softball 1, Field 
Hockey 2,3,4; Ensembles 2, Tennis 3; 
Legislative Committee 4; Yearbook 4; 
TFIANKS TO: Remember the good times 
J.U.. H.K., LL, LC. E H . KS.. K.N.. T.B., 
LP . K.C., CR. 

KILLAM. CAROLYN L. 

4 Hilltop Drive 




ACTIVITIES: Choir 2.3.4; Double Sextette 
2.3.4; Madrigal 4; Concert Band 1,2; Wind 
Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3.4; 
Orchestra 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3.4, Pep Band 
1,2,3.4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Musical 1.2,3,4; 
AFS 1,2,3.4. THANKS TO: LeL L B. (M). 
J.F.. K-T. Moll. S.K. & M.H. That includes 
you too K. Gee. D-boy-C. Norm and J D 

KILPATRICK, EILEEN 

1 1 Washington Street 

KIRKLAND. TODD 

28 Brooksbie Road 

KUCHERER. VICKI 

107-A Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Majorette 1; THANKS TO: 
M G . T M . and S.K.; FUTURE GOALS: 
College: Teaching. 

KUFFEL. JOHN B. 

7 Roberts Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; School Play 1; 
Chess Club 1,2; Student Leader 2; Tele Media 



4; Chorus 4; THANKS TO: To Friend, who I 
got to know/who helped me achieve high 
spirits/who even helped me grow/Thanks is 
but a mere word thaty'shows you appreciate 
things But Greatful says it all by itself; 
FUTURE GOALS: To become the best John 
Kuffel 1 know, and go to college (either BYU 
or Ricks), to serve church mission, and go into 
the service to learn a trade. 

KWON. HELEN R. 

8 Jonathan Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1; Football 
Cheerleader 2; Ensembles 1,2; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Choir 4; Yearbook 4; 
THANKS TO: Remember the good times: 
D.K., LL, L.C., E.H.; FUTURE GOALS: 1 
would like to become a chemist and work in a 
laboratory doing research. 

LACOVARA. KERRl 

46 Concord Road 

LAIRD. RODNEY 

67 A Scott Circle 

LARSEN. LORI EDEN 

8 Dewey Road 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 1,2.3.4; Concert Band 
1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3,4; 
Orchestra 3.4; Marching Band 1.2.3,4; Pep 
Band 1,2.3,4; THANKS TO: C K.. J F.. L.B., 
K.T., B.T , Mog, l.L.Y.P.C, U.M, & M B.! 
P.P., b:42-d. '82 M.D.. H.D., K.W., T.O.S.! 
O.H O.H.! J.P. ic int. CD.! U.M.W./P.C! 
Great times! FUTURE GOALS: Psychology & 
Journalism. $$$ A wonderful life with a sweet 
husband & an awesome career! 

LAV ALLEY, TYRONE 

33 Pine Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: Track 1; Wrestling 1; ROTC 
2.3,4; Drill Team 2,3; Color Guard 2,3; 




Tennis 1; THANKS TO: Thanks to S T. 1 will 
never forget the good times It was fun with 
L.CT.M., J.G., N.D., R.C.. and K.J. J W. you 
were a great friend. D M. You were alright as 
were P.B. and S T. E.G. I can't complain too 
much. Good luck to you all. FUTURE 
GOALS: I am looking forward to a fantastic 
future in the military followed by another 
career in law enforcement. 

LEARY. LISA DIANE 

9 Gould Road 

ACTIVITIES: Hall Decorating 1,2; Youth 
Group; Work; THANKS TO: Diana, Erin. 
Gail, Helen, Lisa, and Phyllis, Thanks for 
being there and being a friend. P S. Richard is 
a gentleman! 

LEHAN. AMY ELIZABETH ANN 

99 Hancock Street 
ACTIVITIES: Ensembles 1.2; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Chairperson 3; Varsity Swim 
Team 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; THANKS TO: 
I.L.Y. Candy (noxious, Jenny, frac, a-ling. 



Shirley), Tammy, Vicky, Kathy and Michael. 
Thanks for all of the great times and the 
memories, Chinese Food, the parties at 
Kenny's, economics, chow at the country store 
— M.D.T. — the stone zoo, a night trip to the 
beach (in the rain), Putt-Putt when I won! 
Theft from the Smithsonian — C A S. — don't 
let your face droop into a frown or your legs 
turn to cellulite! FUTURE GOALS: College 
to study intemational affairs and French. 

LEWIS. MICHELLE 

327 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; 
Manager of freshman boys soccer 3; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Yearbook 4; THANKS TO: 
Remember the good times: Julie Maczko, 
Stephanie Morris. Barbara Birch. Patti Raffa, 
Jim Mc, Kerstin McGilvray. and Marybeth 




Conway. Good luck in the future to all! 
Remember Boston trip and Doe Apple Farms; 
Julie, Jim, Keith, Leslie and John. FUTURE 
GOALS: My future goals are to continue on 
to college and get a degree in psychology. 
From then on make a living off of psychology. 

LINDLEY, WILLIAM J. i 

21 Hancock Street " 
ACTIVITIES: Telemedia 2,3,4; Computer 
Club 1,2.3,4; ROTC 1,2,3.4; FUTURE 
GOALS: Computer Systems. M 

LINDMAN, DAVID * 

18 C Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: NHS 3.4; Tennis 2.3.4; Class 
Secretary 2; Class Vice-President 3; FUTURE 
GOALS: College-medical school-doctor or 
surgeon. 

LITTLE. MICHELLE 

228 Dudley Road 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming 1; Soccer/Hockey 
Chcerleading 3,4. 

LIVINGSTON. ROBERT 

321 Springs Road 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 1,2,3.4; Track 1; 
FUTURE GOALS: Four years of college — 
Major in accounting, minor in business 
administration — hopefully to become a 
certified public accountant. 

LOHR. MATTHEW 

8 Nellis Terrace 

THANKS TO: Just thanks a lot guys, 
especially G.R. and S R. — I've had a good 
couple of years FUTURE GOALS: To go to 
Notre Dame and go into engineering. After 
that I'll get a gcxxi job with good pay so that I 
can retire as early as possible, or I'll marry a 
rich girl. 

LOURO. MONICA L. 

28 Elliot Road 

FUTURE GOALS: To graduate! 
LOUSARARIAN. LEON 



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8 Birchwood Road 

LUND. LEIGH ERIC 

10 Hemlock Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2.3,4. Lacrosse 1,4 
Swimming 2,3,4; Basketball 1; FUTURE 
GOALS: Take each day as it comes. 

LYDON. ROGER 

18 D Bedford Village 

MACARTHUR. BRIAN P. 

15 Birchwood Drive 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Riflery 2,3,4; 
Indoor Track 4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Prom 
Committee 3,4; THANKS TO: Never forget: 
John B., Linda, Hawk, Hubbie, A.W.. and all 
the good times with Moriah! FUTURE 
GOALS: To go to a four year college and 
study business or be a rock star. 

MACQUILKEN. KAREN L. 

14 Evans Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2.3.4; Basketball 
1.2,3,4; Softball 1,2.3.4; Prom Committee 
3.4; AFS 4; THANKS TO: Thor, And, Stuff, 
JH — Don't ever forget (not that you can) the 
fun (?) times we had in soccer '82. Thanx for 
being there. FUTURE GOALS: To graduate 
from a four year college and possibly pursue a 
masters degree in computer science. 

MACZKO. JULIE 

12 Beverly Road 

ACTIVITIES: Girls Swim Team 1.2,3; Captain 
4; Manager Boys Swim Team 1,2,3,4; 
Ensembles 1,2; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook 
Editorial Staff 4; Pep Club 4; THANKS TO: 
"I'm just waitin' on a friend " Thanx for the 
memories! J.M.. M L., S.M.. P R.. K.Z.. B.B.: 
FUTURE GOALS: Go on to college, own my 
own restaurant, accept the future, have a 
Blast! 




MALCHOW, ANETTE 

9 Alaska Avenue 

MANNING. LISA A. 

7 Richard Road 

ACTIVITIES: J V Field Hockey 1 Varsitv 2; 
Freshman Basketball 1; J.V. 2, Spring Track 1; 
Stage Crew 1.2.3.4; Class Treasurer 3.4. 
Cheerleader 3; Co-Captain 4; Golf 4; AFS 3; 
Prom Committee 3,4; Pep Club 4; Tele Media 
4; THANKS TO: KS , S A., N S , T P , D B.. 
S.D, and M.D., for being the best friends a 
person could ever have. A special thanks to 
the peop\e dearest to me — Kerri. Kim, and 
Leon FUTURE GOALS: To be the best I can 
be' 

MASKALENKO. JOSEPH 

65 Retcher Road 

MAURER. ALLISON 

10 Bonnievale Drive 

McCOLLEM, GREG 
1 Ridgewood Drive 



ACTIVITIES: Marching Band; THANKS TO: 
E O. — Remember Arthur's Law, and don't 
forget The Great Matza has the answers to all 
questions. S.O. — Tell Bruno 1 love him; with 
a sharp thick pen; his evil deeds; you're only a 
yard away; the Rev. Moon; I think I own a 
baseball team. Love live Lou Albano! 
FUTURE GOALS: To become a member of 
Bruce and the benchwarmers — Get my 
license — Graduate from college — Live a 
happy life. 

McCORMACK, VICKIE E. 

21 B Scott Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Softball 1; Tri-Hi-y 1. SGA 1; 
Prom Committee 3; THANKS TO: Thanx and 
Luv to . . . Kathy, Amy. Diane, Tammy. 
Candy, Kenny, Ben. Anne, Patty, Laura, 
Sandy, & special luv to M&D & B. FUTURE 
GOALS: College & to never get tired of 
change — To travel & meet as many new 
friends as possible, but keep & treasure the 
old. 



McCULLOCH, ELIZABETH 

3 Evans Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Telemedia 2,3,4; AFS 1,2,3; 
Drama Club 1.2,3,4. THANKS TO: It's been 
real, it's been fun, but it hasn't been real fun. 
— TMB 

McDONOUGH. STEVE 

9 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1; Lacrosse 2.3; Concert 
Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2.3.4; Jazz Ensemble 
2.3,4; Choir 4; Pep Band 2.3.4; Marching 
Band 1,2,3,4; Godspell Band 3; Pit Orchestra 
3; Musical 4; A.F.J.R.O.T.C. 1.2.3.4; Color 
Guard 2. 



McEACHERN. ELAINE 

2 Overlook Drive 





McEACHERN, JANICE 

2 Overlook Drive 



MCGILVARY. KERSTIN 

3 Noreen Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1.2; Spring Track 2.3; 
Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Editorial Staff 
4. THANKS TO: It was an excellent year. 
Remember the great times always; Anne. 
Angelina. Amy Mitch (Bama). Barb, Steph, 
Patty/Angela B. , and Kerrie L. Kerri — Thanks 
for watching out for me. and I hope I can be 
there if/when you need help. P S. Good luck 
to everyone wherever you go and in 
everything you do. FUTURE GOALS: I plan 
on getting my CP A., but I would like to 
travel (hopefully to Europe) before 1 settle 
down with a career. 

McHUGH, ROSANNE 

8 Curve Street 

ACTIVITIES: AFS 3.4; Basketball 1.2; 
Softball 1,2; Concert Band 1.2,3,4; Marching 
Band 1.2,3,4, Choir 4; Telemedia 3.4; 



Tournament of Plays 3; Drama Club 2,3,4. 
THANKS TO: EK.. P G . J M . K P.. S C., 
Mr. G H., Mr. V P.. Mr. T.B., and especially 
TWC!! 

McKENNA, JAMES 

460 North Road 

McKENNA, ROGER 

3 Doris Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. 
Winter Track 3.4; Spring Track 2 THANKS 
TO: S R.. Quinney. Goob, Mac, Dave, 
Shawn, Rip, Pete, Woodsie. Smoofhy, 
Rourcy, Speedy. D.T.. Ducky. A.J.. Dickie, 
Troll, and the Towles. Frenchy. Buckwheat, 
and you too Mooresy FUTURE GOALS: 
Never to go to football camp at P.V C ever 
again. 




JIM 



Swim Team 
ML. PF . 



Mclaughlin 

3 Lido Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2. Tennis 1 
1.2.3.4 THANKS TO: J M . K C 
G F . SR. D B . and P R FUTURE GOALS: 
To have fun with life, because if you take it 
too seriously you won't live too long!! 

McMAHON. LAURA T. 4 
31 Pine Street ^ 
ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1.2; Marching 
Band 1.2.3.4; Wind Ensemble 3.4. Jazz 
Ensemble 3.4; Softball 1.2.3.4. Basketball 
1,2,4; Prom Committee 3.4 FUTURE 
GOALS: To attend a four year college, earn a 
degree in Management, and manage a hotel. 

MELVILLE. MICHAEL 

3 Earl Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1.2.3.4; Rifle Team 3; 

Concert Band 1.2.3.4; 

MENDES, BENJAMIN 

18 Clark Road 

MICI. LISA 

42 Washington Street 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1.2.3. 
Cheerleading 4. THANKS TO: N.D.. C.J.. 
S.F.. LB.. ML. L F.. S.A . LC. S R.. M.C., 
and A F FUTURE GOALS: To study 
business. 

MILLAR. ELAINE 

14 Robinson Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1.2.3.4; Softball 1.2.3.4; 
NHS 3.4; Girl's State 3 THANKS TO: M.S. 
and also to K.L. Good Luck! FUTURE 
GOALS: College 

MILLER. CHRIS 

17 Gray Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Football 3,4; Lacrosse 2,3.4. 
FUTURE GOALS: To make the U.S.A. 

Worid Lacrosse Team. 



MILLER. KATHRYN 

95 Ent Road 



ACTIVITIES: Pep Club 1; Cheerleading 1; 
Softball 1; Prom Committee 3.4 THANKS 
TO: Vickie. Kenny. Diane, Amy, Cathy. 
Melody, Patty, Mom. Dad. Tom, and John 
FUTURE GOALS: College. Travel Tourism 
Administration, and to keep in touch with old 
friends, treasure fond memories, meet as 
many friendly people in the world in my 
lifetime as I can. 

MIX. CAROLINE 

384 Great Road 

ACTIVITIES: Dollars For Scholars 1. Drama 
Club 1 THANKS TO: C C. C B.. and K.D. 
FUTURE GOALS: To attend a four year 
college, start a money making business, and 
travel around America and Europe. 

MONTEMAGNO. GUY 

5 Cot Hill Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1.2.3.4; Lacrosse 
1.2.3.4; Musical 1.2.3.4 THANKS TO: DC. 
KG . B B . PR . S M . J G . KC . CM. R M . 
MM. L L . J S . J M FUTURE GOALS: 
Planning to major in Business Management 

MOORE. CHRISTOPHER C. 

7 Francis Kelley Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1; 
Winter Track 3.4; Baseball 1.2.4 Spring Track 
3. Concert Band 1.2.3.4 FUTURE GOALS: 

College Bound' 

MOORE. MEREDITH ANN 

7 Francis Kelley Road 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Field Hockey 

1.2.3 THANKS TO: Friends forever T S . 

T B . D S . N A D B . M P . S W . K G Keep 

in touch' FUTURE GOALS: Attend a four 

year college with a major in Business and 

Finance 

MORANO. JANE VALERIE 





13 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 12 FUTURE GOALS: 

Environmental Studies and Research 

MORRIS. STEPHANIE 

19 Jeffrey Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3.4 Yearbook 
Editonal Staff 4; Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4; Pep 
Club 4 THANKS TO: Friends forever — JuU. 
M L. P R.. B B . J M . KM. CD . K C. D.S.. 
and especially to M and D FUTURE 
GOALS: Business Administration 

MOSES. TODD R. 

19 Golden Cove Road 
FUTURE GOALS: UMASS 

NA2ZARO. JACKI 

3 Parker Road 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; THANKS 
TO: Good Luck and many more good times: 
LC . S B.. LR . LP . A S.. ES.. MB; 
FUTURE GOALS: College bound 

NEAL KIMBERLY A. 



5 Ten Acres Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1; Ensemble 1; 
Yearbook Staff 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4. 

NETZEL. MARTINA 

25 Wildwood Drive 

O'CONNOR. SEAN 

6 Robinson Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; J.V. Soccer 2,3; Jazz 
Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Band 4; Wind 
Ensemble 4. 

OLMSTEAD, DAVID 

4 Notre Dame Road 

OLSEN. ERICK 

225 Carlisle Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; ROTC Color 
Guard 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Track Team 
1; THANKS TO: All my friends for making 
my high school years memorable ones: S C., 
G.M„ ES., D.W, J.B., E.G.; FUTURE . 
GOALS: RPI and a military career. m 

O'NEIL, RICHARD J. 

21 Clark Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1,2; Winter Track 
1; Baseball 1,2; Lacrosse 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4. 

O'NEIL. STEPHEN P. 

200 Springs road 

O'ROURKE. JEFFREY 

198 Concord Road 

PACKER, DAVID 

31 Great Road 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 1; Varsity 2,3,4; 
THANKS TO: T.V., R.G., N.B., C.U., R... 
K.M.; FUTURE GOALS: The future is 
something I will decide on later. 




PAGAN, INGRID 

18 Hill Terrace 

PAGLIA. SALVATORE 

10 Norma Road 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; ROTC 1,2,3,4; 
FUTURE GOALS: To go on to college and 
become a pilot. 

PAINE. ALAN R. 

82 South Road 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 3,4; Spring 
Track 3,4. 

PAPALIA. THOMAS 

42 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee Chairman 3,4; 
Yearbook Staff; Football 1; Basketball 1,2.3; 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
THANKS TO: Chris Moore for the hike up 
Mt. Lafayette; Thank God for 
"Stemo."n"hanks Kristy and Jeff for the 
pumpkin runs; Kristy "watch the 
fence! "/Thanks Trigger, Sparky, Jasper, 



Kazoo, Brenda, Killer, Cramp, Calendar Girls, 
Sweet Pea, Sponge Jr. , Clown, Matrik and Mr. 
and Mrs. Sullivan for the good times. 
FUTURE GOALS: Attend college — Medical 
school. 

PATON. LESLEY 

9 Sibley Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; 
Ski Team 2,3,4; Prom Cimmittee 3,4; Student 
Trainer 4; THANKS TO: Thanks so much 
T.B., H.N., D.K. — Times never forgotten; 
FUTURE GOALS: To attend a four year 
college. 



PATTERSON, PAUL 

2 Green Street 



PEARSON, TAMI LEE 

40 Neillian Way 




PELLETIER, MICHELLE MARIE 1^1 

15 Fox Run Road 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2,3; Captain 4; 
Spring Track 1 ; Boys Track Manager 2; AFS 
3,4; Ski Team 2; Prom Committee 3,4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Stage Crew 2,3; Parallax 4; 
THANKS TO: J H , J G . T.C . and C.B. — 
Remember running, pumpkins, parties, 
Canada, Maine, painting, concerts, and 
Friendship! FUTURE GOALS: To go to a 
halfway decent institute of higher learning, 
graduate, be successful in the business world, 
be independent and maybe go to England. 

PLISKA. KENNETH J. 

79 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: Cross County 1,2,3; Captain 4; 
Indoor Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1.2,3,4; 
THANKS TO: Thanks for the good times: 
CP., J.P., J.C., B.D., M.K., T.P., M.A., M B., 
J.S., K.D., R.M., LA.. M.S.. F.K., F.J., L P . 
J.J.C., B&S., F.C.. D.V., F.C.; FUTURE 
GOALS: To attend a four year college and go 
on from there. 



PLUNK. JENNIFER 

10 Jeffrey Circle 

PORTER. CHRISTOPHER 

156 South Road 



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PORTER. JEFF 

80 Carlisle Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3; Ski Team 1,2,3,4; 
Lacrosse 4; THANKS TO: M L , J.M., K.C, 
T P., J.,.; FUTURE GOALS: To go to college, 
to become a technical drawer. 

POWDERLY. MARJORIE A. 

102 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1; Varsity 2.3; 
Co-Captain 4; Gymnastics 1.2; Softball 1,2; 
Varsity 3.4; Prom Committee 3,4; THANKS 
TO: D.S., M M., T.B,. S.A., C.J . N.D.. S.F. 
— Remember the good times!! FUTURE 
GOALS: Go on to college. 



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PRESTON, MARIE RUTH 

5 Wilson Road 

ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 1,2; THANKS 
Anette for corrupting me. Ruthie & 
inviting me to your birthday party. Krissy & 
Mike for all the good times at Andy's, in the 
'mino, and concerts. Greg & Kevin for 
showing me the hill in Arlington & good times 
down the boat landings. Terri, Russcl, Matt, 
Jake, and everyone else for the good times 
that never fade away. And thanks, mom, for 
understanding. — Wish vou were here S.J.C. 
— FUTURE GOALS: To own a '67 Firebird. 

PRICE. LAURA ANNE 

18 Paul Revere Road 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 4; THANKS TO: 

Excellent Parties: Mark. Eric, Cindy, Vicky, 
Kathy, Amy, Laurie, Linda, Sue, Jacki, Laura, 
Bob, Mike T., Mike M., Ben, Tammy and 
Charles. FUTURE GOALS: I'm gonna be 
roUin' in it!! 

PUFFER, DANIEL 

235 Great Road 

PYLES. WILLIAM 

443 A. North Road 

QUINN. MICHAEL 

354 South Road 

RAFFA. PATRICIA 

189 South Road 

RAYMOND, GLEN 

55 Ent Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1.3.4; THANKS TO: 
P.W., M L., S R. and class of "83". 

RENNIE, STEVEN 

18 Harvard Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3.4; WTB 1,2,3,4; 




FUTURE GOALS: President of Anheiser 

Busch. 

RICHARDSON. CAROL JEANNE 

22 Page Road 

ACTIVITIES: Madrigal 1,2.3,4. Double 
Sextette 2.3.4; Musical 1,2.3,4; Majorettes 
2,3.4; Concert Band 3,4; Tennis 1; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Tele Media 2,3.4; NHS 3,4; 
FUTURE GOALS: Medial School. Pediatrics. 

RIDER. JON 

31 Wildwood Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Team 1,2.3,4; THANKS 
TO: J.B.. D W.. N.A.. and LB, 

RILEY. STEVEN 

t 22 Glenridge Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Golf; THANKS TO: G R . 
M L, P.F., G.F., S R.. J M . KC , B.C 

RINGLE. ANDY 

1 10 Hartwell Road 

ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 1. Concert 
Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Cross 



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Country 1,2; Spring Track 3,4; Football 4; 
Prom Co-Chalrman 4, THANKS TO: 86; 
FUTURE GOALS: 86. 

RIPLEY, ERIC 

384 South Road 
ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 1. 

ROBINSON, DAVID 

97 Old Burlington Road 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; Newspaper 1; 
Spring Track 1; French Club 1,2; CSF 2 

RUSHTON, LEEANN 

45 Hillside Avenue 
THANKS TO: I finally did it; T.R., R.M., 

B. M., E.C., R.T., CP., and D.B. Thanks for all 
the memories! Especially to Dave O., whose 
memories will always be special to me! 

SARNO, ANNE M. 

4 Pond Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Ski Team 4; Swim Team 1; 
Football Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 4; Art Club 
4; Yearbook Commercial 4; THANKS TO: 
Thanks for all the good times, and the many 
memories, with much love always: A.F., N.B., 

C. B, D.K., J.J., J.G., K.M., M.S., G.H., M.C., 
C.C., M.N., A.S., AND MANY MORE. Thanks 
to the T.J.'s gang — you made it worth 
working there. FUTURE GOALS: To succeed 
In all that 1 do. and bring happiness to others. 
College, interior decorator and fashion 
designer — God help me!! 

SAUNDERS. ANSONIA 

25 Marion Road 

SCHEICK. DEBORAH 

6 Washington Street 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 1; THANKS TO: 

The memories of good times with friends A.S 




D.W., K.B., S.H., M.S., C.T., K M., C.C. Love 
to S.M,; FUTURE GOALS: A registered 
nurse. 

SCHWARZENBACH. KIRK J. 

123 Offut Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1,2.3; Pep Band 
1,2,3,4; Wind & Jazz Ensemble 4; Orchestra 
4; Choir 2,3; Madrigal 4; Musical 3.4; 
AFJROTC 3.4; Tele Media 3.4; Drama Club 
1,2,3,4; German Club 1,2,3; THANKS TO: 
Many thanks to — J £., A T.. J.O.. S.M.. S.C., 
J.S., P.G.. B.F.. B.W.. B.T., R.C., for a 
wonderful time. FUTURE GOALS: To go to 
college and major in Physics. 

SERRA. DL\NNE 

103 Page Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1.2; Girl's 
h-eshmen Basketball Manager 1; Ensembles 1; 
Class Treasurer 2: Soccer/Hockey Cheerleader 
3,4; Prom Committee 3.4; Pep Club 4; 
Yearbook Committee 4; Homeroom Rep 
1,2,3,4; THANKS TO: 1 look to the sea — 



/Reflections on the waves spark my 
memory,/Somc happy, some sad, /I think of 
childhood friends and the dreams we had. 
Lots of Love & Luck — MP, M M.. T.B., 
T.S., D.S.. M.D.. V.M., K M.. M.I., CD.. C.S., 
A.L. C.J , B P., S.A., N A.. P.A.. D.B.; 
FUTURE GOALS: To do the best I can in 
whatever comes my way. 

SEUFERT, MICHELLE 

13 Sunnyfield Road 

THANKS TO: A.M., MP, A S., D.S.; 

FUTURE GOALS: college 

SHAMON, JOEL 

12 Hunt Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 
1,2,3.4; Baseball 1.2.3,4. 



SHAW. STEVEN 




63 Ncillan Street 



SIBLEY. ALISON 

243 Davis Road 

THANKS TO: Thanx for all the memories — 
S B . J.N . J K , LC , L C , E C , L R , C W., 
J.H., MS, DS , B D , M C . LB, L R , and 
the rest of the A-wing crowd! My sp>ecial love 
to, P S W. A A F — Good-bye BHS. 
FUTURE GOALS: Go to college, become an 
elementary school teacher, get married to 
P.W , have a few kids — Just be very happy. 

SILVESTRONE, MOLLY 

14 Page Road 

SINCLAIR. ELLEN M. 

60 Patterson Road 

SLINKARD. AMY ANNE 

8 Andrews Circle 

ACTIVITIES: Homecoming Committee 1.2; 
Flag Corps 2, Girls Soccer Manager 2; NHS 
3,4; Nat. French Honor Society 2; 
Football/Baketball Cheerleader 4: Yearbook 
Staff 4; FUTURE GOALS: College, major in 
business admin, and accounting. 

SMART. ANDREW 

10 Bonair Avenue 

SMITH. CANDACE ANN ELIZABETH 

5 Glen Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Ensembles 1.2: Swim Team 2: 
Prom Committee 3.4; THANKS TO: I.LY. 
Amy (ob — . fric, lavemc. ding) thanks for 
always being there. Tammy, Vicki and Kathy. 
thanks for all the good times. FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to college to study Education. 

SNIDER. ROBERT 

23 Elmbrook Road 

SODERSTROM. THERESA M. 

78 Fletcher Road 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1.2; Spring 
Track 2: THANKS TO: all of my friends, 
you've been wonderful these past four years. 



Good-luck always. FUTURE GOALS: To 
always be happy doing my best! 

SPOFFORD. MICHAEL 

I Great Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1.2.3.4. Winter Track 
1.2. Baseball 2, Ski Team 3.4; SADD 3, Prom 
Committee 3,4. Concert Band 1; Stage Crew 
4; THANKS TO: Thanks for the good times 

— R O , J S , N S , A R , J M . MS. KC , 

G T , P.T., K S , KP . S H , G M , K.D , PR. 
R.M . EM. G R ; FUTURE GOALS: Go to 
college and become an engineer. 

STEPHEN. ERIC 

I I Sunnyfield Road 

THANKS TO: Thanks for all the good times 

— Mark, Laura, Sue, Linda, Laurie. Jackie. 
Dale, and Laura, and everyone from the base. 
Always remember — Landings bound. 
Schwebbner. farmers. Conn., canoe trifjs 
(quarters on the dock), concerts, beachward 
bound. Sue's 18th. partying over Marie's and 
Kenny's and oooh those parties, and more to 
come!!! 

STINSON. BEN A. 

4 Neilis Terrace 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis; Lacrosse; THANKS 
TO: Birdy. FUTURE GOALS: Make it in a 
trade school 

STOCKDALE, CAROLYN 

5 Glenridge Drive 

ST. ONGE. KEVIN 

7 Evergreen Avenue 

STOUTER. TAMSON J. 

4 Robinson Drive 

THANKS TO: Thanks to treasured moments 

— MM, A.L , C S., D S., T B FUTURE 
GOALS: Go to college to become a Travel 




Agent. 

SULUVAN. NANCY 

61 Hillside Avenue 

ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 1; Captain 2.3,4; 
Madrigal 2.3.4. Musical 2.3.4. Class Treasurer 
1; FVom Committee 3,4. Tele Media 4. Class 
Secretary 4; THANKS TO: Memories are 
forever — Thanks for mine — S.D.. S B., 
K S . M D . N D . M.G . LM ; FUTURE 
GOALS: Fashion, Buyer or Merchandiser. 

SUNDRA. KRISTEN 

6 Williams Street 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis 1,2.3,4; Prom 
Committee 3,4. THANKS TO: Kcrri — 
Thanks for being there when 1 needed ya! Sue 
— Something up there tells me we were 
meant to be best of ftiends Remember the 
good times: S B. K D , L M . N S.. M.T . 
D B . S A . J M ; FUTURE GOALS: To be 
something in life! 

SWIDER. KAREN E. 

15 Old Stagecoach Road 



ACTIVITIES: Ensembles 1,2; Choir 3,4; 
Drama Club 2; AFS 2,3,4; Basketball 1; 
THANKS TO: Thanks everyone for the 
memories. FUTURE GOALS: To marry a 
nice man and become a housewife, have three 
lods, a dog and make home made bread, and 
live in Suburbia, in a cute white house. 

TAYLOR. MICHELLE MARIE 

29 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3; THANKS TO: 
Remember all the good times we had — D.B., 
S.B., K.S., S.A., K.S., M.I./Don Won — 
crusin' in the mustang — p.s. all the looks we 
got, tech parties; FUTURE GOALS: To 
succeed in everything 1 try and do in life, and 
to make the best of what 1 have and know 
that it's the best anyone can have. 

TELFORD, ELIZABETH D. 

25 Notre Dame Road 

ACTIVITIES: Concert Band 1; Wind & Jazz 
Ensemble 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Marching 
Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; 
Spring Track 1; German Club 1; NHS 3,4; 
THANKS TO: Dear Jean-Pierre, Burb, 
Carolyn, Lori, Lome, Steven, John O., Dr. 
Dimwitty, Peter, Carol, Becky, Jennifer, Jack, 
K-T, Molly, Ginger, McPhee, Laura, and all 
you youth groupies; There is nothing I can say 
which could thank you enough for all the 
memories, love and support. I'm going to miss 
all of you — please keep in touch. With love, 
Bethanne; FUTURE GOALS: In the future 
years, 1 plan to go on to college and have a 
career later on! 

THEOBALD. AMY B. 

37 Old Billerica Road 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1,2,3; NHS 3,4; 
Tele Media 2,3,4; Media Intern 2,3; AFS 3; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1; THANKS 
TO: All of you; you have all helped me grow 




and change — I thank you all — even those 
who won't read this — I hope I have given 
you as much as you've given me. FUTURE 
GOALS: I want to learn to know myself well, 
take that knowledge and apply it to my life, & 
get out of it everything I can. 

TOWLE. GREG 

11 Paul Revere Road 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3; Captain 4; 
indoor Track 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; FUTURE 
GOALS: college. 

TOWLE. PATRICK 

11 Paul Revere Road 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3; Captain 4; 
Indoor Track 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1.2; FUTURE 
GOALS: work 

TRAYNOR, DOUGLAS 

114 Concord Road 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Baseball 1; 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; FUTURE GOALS: college. 

TUCKER. AMY 



138 Patterson Road 

VOEGTLIN. ERNIE 

15 Page Road 

VOIGT. GRETCHEN 

39 Fayette Road 



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WACHSLER. MARK -fM 

20 Paul Revere Road 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 1,2; Tele-Media 
1,2,3,4; Math League 1.2,3; Captain 4; 
Computer Club 1,2,; Vice President 3,4; 
Parallax 3,4. THANKS TO: W.J.L., J.P.E., 
and lots of people whose middle initials I don't 
know. You made these four years almost 
worthwhile. FUTURE GOALS: Live long and 
Prosper. 

WALLINE. BARBARA 




PwHEELER. DAVID 

22 Wildwood Drive 

WILLIAMS, BOB 

24 Washington Street 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3; Lacrosse 1. 

WILLIAMSON, MIKE 

269 Carisle Road 

WILSON, RANDY 

272 South Road 

WRIGHT, NORMAN C. 

399 Davis Road 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Soccer 
Manager 3,4. 

WRIGHT. SARAH A. 

287 Davis Road 

ACTIVIITES: A F S. 1,2,3,4; Yearbook staff 
4. THANKS TO: Special thanks to all my 
friends without whom 1 would have died of 
boredom. Buddy 24 (my best friend) always 
remember our good times (Newport 
especially). B.H. and J.C. we've finally made it 
— even through honors English. C.C. I'm so 
glad you came back — pass the salt. Barb and 
Dee, crawling into hmrm. on Monday — party 
much? Save the kegs! Can I play football too? 
Guess what he did! (Can be applied to either 
one) Best of luck to everybody! FUTURE 
GOALS: College, a year living and studying in 
Europe, graduate school for a degree in 
Geophysics. 



2 Dutton Lane 

ACTIVITIES: Choir 1,2,3,4; Double Sextette 
1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Wind 
Ensemble 2,3.4; Concert Band 1; Orchestra 
2,3,4; Madrigal 4; A.F.S. 1,2,3; Drama Club 
1,2; N.H.S. 3,4; Citizenship Committee 3. 
THANKS TO: Klam, Lome, Freehan, Trinkie, 
Lil — you guys are the best friends ever! 
B.T., C.R., S.M., M.G., G.H., C.B.. J.E., C.C, 
K.S. — Good Luck! A.K., M.K., J.O., G.M., 
J.S., L.T., R.Y., K M., J.M., J.D., M.K. — you 
guys will graduate someday! FUTURE 
GOALS: To be Happy! 

WEBB. DENISE H. 

58 Dunster Road 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1&2 THANKS 
TO: M.T., C.S.. D.S., G.T., J.K., K.G., D.C.. 
G.A., K B., & everyone. You made it special! 
FUTURE GOALS: To go to college and 
become a hotel manager. 

WEBSTER. BILL 

83 North Road 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 1,2,3; Captain 4. 
FUTURE GOALS: Maintaining wealth and 
health for skiing. 

WESOLEK. JAMES D. 

166 Ent Road 

WETHERBEE. PAMELA J. 

73 Loomis Street 

ACTIVITIES: J.V. soccer 1; J.V. basketball 1; 
Varsity Soccer 2,3,4; Varsity Basketball 2.3.4. 
THANKS TO: G R., T.B., EC. L C, K.N.. 
M.B. FUTURE GOALS: Study for a career in 
health, along with playing basketball at a four 
year college. 

WHEATON, SHARON A. 

8 Wagon Wheel Drive 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1; J.V. Field Hockey 
2; Prom Committee 3,4; THANKS TO: 
Thanks for the good times — C D., K.C., 
M.M., C.R., G.V., L.R., K.D.; FUTURE 
GOALS: To go to school studying 
Cosmetology. 





Constant Conversationalists 

Sue Dutra/Mark Isnor 



SUPERLATIVE 



Luscious Limbs 

Paul Freeman/Pam Weatherbee 



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Attractively Attired 

Jon Goldmaa Cindy Bailey 




Best Looking 

Rich O' Neil Jane Morano 



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Tom Papalia/Kerri Dougherty 

Super Spirited 

Glen Raymond/Sue Ayasse 

SENIORS 




Gorgeous Grins 

Jo€ MaskelenkoA/icki McCormack 



Gooniest Gigglers 

Paul Patterson/Terri Binsack 



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Sue BullockChris Miller 

Senior Sweethearts 

Michelle Little/Greg Towle 

SUPERLATIVE 




Cindy Bailey Sean O'Connor 

Invincible Intellects 

Bcthanne Telford/Mark Wachsler 



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Predominantly Preppie 

Kim Neal/Jon Goldman 

SENIORS 




Musically Motivated 

Barbara Walline Steve McDonough 



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Best All Around 

Kem Dougherty Rich O'Ncil 

Horrendous Hackers 

Nadine DiClementeMark Brady 

SUPERLATIVE 





Mark Brady / Anette Malchow 

Constantly Compatible 

Tom Papalia / Vickie McCormack 



SENIORS 




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REMEMBER 
WHEN . . . 

---'is' 














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" Do you remember when 
. " is a frequent saying of the 
members of the Senior Class this 
year. Because of this, these old 
pictures were included in the 
yearbook. All right Seniors, do 
you remember when these pic 
tures were taken? 



upper left 1979 1980 Fresh 
man Basketball Team. middU 
left Julie Mackro. middle nghi 
Hey. wfiat s the beeP. botton 
left What's up^. upper righ; 
Leon enjoying dass (?). middle 
nght Elaine Hilar. 



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Best 



Worst 



1. "Down Under" 

2. "Truly" 

3. "Hungry Like the Wolf 



Song 



1. "Sexual Healing' 

2. "Valley Girl" 

3. "Mickey" 



1. The Who 

2. Men At Work 

3. J. Geils Band 



Singer — Group 

1. Rick James 

2. KISS 

3. John Cougar 

Movie 



1. E.T. 

2. Tootsie 

3. An Officer and a Gentleman 



1. Creepshow 

2. E.T. 

3. Fast Time at Ridgemont High 



1. Hill Street Blues 

2 M*A*S*H 
3. Square Pegs 

1. Boston Bruins 

2. Washington Redskins 

3. Boston Celtics 



TV Show 

1. Filthy Rich 

2. Joanie Loves Chachi 

3. Richard Simmons Show 

Pro Sports Team 

1. Baltimore Colts 

2. New England Patriots 

3. Cleveland Cavaliers 




Best Actor 

1. Dustin Hoffman 

2. Eddie Murphy 

3. Sylvester Stallone 

4. Richard Gere 

5. E.T. 

Biggest Hangout for 
BHS Students 

1. McDonald's 

2. Uptown 

3. Bowling Alley 

4. Back Parking Lot 

5. A-Wing Bathrooms 

Most Worn Out Saying 

1. Wicked 

2. What's Up? 

3. Gag Me With a Spoon 

4. Awesome 

Person Most Often 
in the News 

1. President Reagan 

2. Princess Di 

3. Jamie Fisk 

4. Dickie Albert 

5. John Hinckley Jr. 



Best Actress 

1. Dustin Hoffman (Tootsie) 

2. Meryl Streep 

3. Goldie Hawn 

4. Drew Barrymore 

5. Sally Field 

Biggest Fad 

1. Valley Girls 

2. Legwarmers 

3. Punk 

4. Mini-Skirts 

5. Walkmans 

Best Pro Athlete 

1. Pete Peeters 

2. Larry Bird 

3. Wayne Gretzky 

4. Jimmy Connors 

Political Figure 
Most Criticized 

1. President Reagan 

2. Princess Di 

3. Alexander Haig 

4. James Watt 

5. Margaret Thatcher 











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VALEDICTORIAN 

Elizabeth D. Telford 




When asked. ' "What is the purpose of high school?" most people would 
instinctively say that it is for gaining knowledge. Of course this is true, but 
to me high school is not just a place to learn who won the War of 1812 or 
what a coulomb is. High school, both inside and outside the classroom, is 
a place to leam how to work, how to play, how to laugh, how to cry. how 
to be an individual, and how to be a friend. Unlike the factual information, 
which certainly may benefit you but may also lie stagnant in the dark 
recesses of your brain, these lessons will guide and aid you throughout the 
rest of your life. The student on the track team, although he or she may not 
win. leams that personal effort and achievement is just as satisfying as 
being champion. The art student on the other hand, not only develops a 
skill, but also a sense of patience and sensitivity which extends into other 
aspects of his life. Likewise, the lead in a musical or a soloist in a band 
concert leams to face and conquer apprehension with poise and confi- 
dence. However, all students, no matter what they do. realize the impor- 
tance of being an individual and the value of friendship. Our mentors were 
not kidding when they said the teenage years were emotionally trying But 
somehow, with laughter and the support of friends, we survive. We enter 
high school as insecure, but optimistic freshmen and we leave equipped 
with all the knowledge our teachers and experiences have given us. 
Perhaps we are not totally self-confident or certain of our direction in life. 
Vet becau:=e of our high school expjerience. we can continue to grow. 
Icam, and live wisely to our full capacity. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 




JUNIOR 
CLASS _ 
OFFICERS Y 




JOYCE HENNRIKUS 

President 



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SEAN McCaffrey 

Vice-President 



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COURTENAY HAND 
Secretary 




EVAN CUTHBERT 
Treasurer 



r? 



MR. PATULEIA 

Class Advisor 




SANDY RICHARDS 

Prom Co-Chairman 



ANNE WEAVER 

Prom Co-Chairman 



JUNIOR 




TOP ROW: Greg White, David Knell, 
Dan Colao, Jim Gatto, Sean 
McCaffery, Jill Millman, Jean-Marie 
Matthews, Noelle Whitmire 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Donovan, Julia 
McConnell, Laura Feltman, Tricia 
Bums, Kerry Latina, Adrienne Elder, 
Laura Kupfrian, Sylvia Fiorino, 
Barbara Pexider, Liza Ralston 
BOTTOM ROW: Chris Leonard, 
Mary Ellen Carter, Maureen Bench, 
Becky Eckhardt, Judy Boyle, Karin 
Reinisch, Barbara Konkle, Tina Doyle 



TOP ROW: Dan Lynch, Paul Ferrero, 
Jim Duke, Jim Boatright, Joyce 
Hennrikus, Lynn Breland. Barbara 
Flannagan, Marco Pomponi 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Hovsepian, 
John Rollinson, Dan Kleiman, Scott 
Cunningham, Scott Kossman, Mike 
Vosika 

BOTTOM ROW: Shan Pitts, Doug 
Smith, Kim, Colliton, Liz Othmer, 
Andrea Shannon, Gail Alperin 



TOP ROW: Jimmy DeVellis, Tim 
Donahue, John Ringle, Mike Hill, Greg 
Moll, Brian Goguen. Mike Bruno, Jeff 
Mazzeo, Rich Minassian, Eric Miller 
MIDDLE ROW: Mark White. Leah 
Brown, Courtenay Hand, Chris Adil. 
Leslie McLaughlin. Melinda Glennon. 
Mike Bush. Molly Koester. Kim 
Merrick, Christine Russo 
BOTTOM ROW: April Anderson. 
Jo-Beth Lanier, Janet Drohan. Lorrine 
Marino, Dolores Clark, Shafik Fam, 
Kenny Ginder, Cada Picariello 



TOP ROW: Bruce Kozuma, Evan 
Cuthbert, Sandy Richards, Amy 
Birmingham, Lisa Hayward, Jack 
Monaco, Ginger Miller, Valerie Began 
MIDDLE ROW: Janna Johnston, 
Peter Farrell, Michelle George, Leslie 
Jelalian, Jean Crescenzi, Jan Hamann 
BOTTOM ROW: Curtis McMurtrie. 
Karen Yeatts, Barbara Grimm, Chris 
Lawrence 



JUNIOR 



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TOP ROW: Todd Dyson, Jim 
Gettman, Keith McPhee, Chris 
Kimmins, Kelly Reed, Ron Scaltreto, 
Jim Blasi 

MIDDLE ROW: Steve Gauntlett, 
Frank Cataglia, Jim Mosca, Carole 
Crittenden, Kathy Alessi 
BOTTOM ROW: Donna Genetti, 
Linda Ricker, Caria Hutchinson, Jackie 
Smith, Anne Marie Leonardi 



TOP ROW: Ken Helmar, Mike 
Mignon, Gian Carlo Buscaglia, John 
Guetersloh, Mike Sullivan, Bill 
Ellmore, Mike Powderly, Dave 
Gardner, Paul Sullivan 
MIDDLE ROW: Mr Desilets, Sue 
Buckley, Ruth Melvin, Maureen 
Callahan, Jennifer Smith, Jacki 
Nazzaro, Judy Mace, Heidi Voigt, 
Cheryl Doughty, Toni McCombe 
BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Kilpatrick, Ed 
Spencer, Cheryl Petrino, Vivian 
Roberson, Kim Duncan, Robert Lord, 
Dwight McDaniel 



TOP ROW: John Crane, Roger 
Lydon, Steve Mace, Carl Castetter, 
Pete Pray, Matt Branca, Adam Stuart, 
Chip Ellis 

MIDDLE ROW: Mrs Donovan, Rita 
McMahon. Laurie Chisholm. Tracey 
Sullivan, Nancy Ahem, Pam Duijvjcin, 
Julie Pelletier, Kerry Petersen, Al 
Boudreau 

BOTTOM ROW: Michelle Eaton, Kim 
Petrino, Valarie Sharpe, Mary Buck, 
Bonnie Bums, Kristine Schloman, 
Terri Bellengi, Katie Davidson 



TOP ROW: Richard Aldridge, Matt 
Kennedy, John Orlando. Jim Waite, 
Perry Lipson, Paul Pandiscio 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Donovan, Mark 
Venuti, Peter Galipeau. Raj Tanden, 
Beth Thorensen, Amy McGovem, 
Laura Doherty, June Costa, Kathy 
Donaldson 

BOTTOM ROW: Helen D'Arcy, Kim 
Jacewicz, Anne Weaver, Julie Viola, 
Cindy Yeung, Ann Marie Stella, Cindy 
Harrington 




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JUNIOR 



TOP ROW: Lori Taft, Al Taylor, Chris 
Birch, Scott Filleul, John Bronikowski, 
Shaun Damery, Terry Bradshaw 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Hovsepian, 
Debbie Malloy, Jennifer Kelly, Nancy 
Cushman, Jim Doherty, Mary 
Hubbard, Joanne Kent, Sue Callahan 
BOTTOM ROW: Julie Doucette, 
Cindy Rickcr, Meg Isnor, Janine 
McLaughlin, Tina Martines, Kerry 
Callahan, Carolyn Rice 



TOP ROW: Steve Shaw, Ed 
Braverman, Brian Jones, Steve 
McHugh, Mike DeMarco, Kevin 
Fitzpatrick, Rodney Laird 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Hovsepian, 
Linda Owens, Andrea Cantella, Susan 
Palmieri, Kathy Pospisal, Dawn 
Capezutto, Sheryl Sullivan, Kim 
Pearson, Lorrie Chilton 
BOTTOM ROW: Dan Williams, Barry 
Dyment, David Herlihy, Michael 
Sullivan, Jim Fauids, Shaunn Feuzel, 
Joe Morgan 




JUNIOR 



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JOANNE MELVILLE 

President 



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MISS DOWNING 

Advisor 



RIYE YUKAWA 

Vice President 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 
OFFICERS 




SOPHOMORE 

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TOP ROW: Mr. McCarthy, Thomas 
Campbell, Michael Russell, Gregory 
Rotundo, Richard Donovan, Randy 
Patterson, Thomas Ford 
BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Levine, Vicki 
Levine, Barbara Violette, Colleen 
Harrington, Juan Carlos Avila, Scott 
Oneto 



TOP ROW: Stephen Pisani, Karstein 
Gjelsvik, Tom Maskalenko, Mike 
Amnini, Matt Buxton, Tom Snedeker, 
Jeff MacDonald, David Verano 
MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Blackwell, Debby 
Elder, Gretchen Sennott, Jack Jacocks, 
Mike Kent, Yvette Raymond, Judy 
Ayotte 

BOTTOM ROW: Dayna Ardito, 
Michelle Rennie, Debbie Delfino, Sue 
Riley, Mary-Ellen Colliton, Candi 
Roland, Christine Neil 



TOP ROW: Ken Pliska, Peter Piro, 
John Peterson, Steven Picard, Mike 
Sullivan, Urban Gillis, Donald Bunker, 
Tracey Helmar, Maureen Boyle 
MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Blackwell, Jim 
O'Shaughnessy, Jeff Conway, Keith 
Dougherty, Julia Thomas, Laura 
Kramer, Kim Harrower, Maureen 
Capezzuto, Mark Freni, Ed Murphy 
BOTTOM ROW: Renee Kucherer, 
Chris Manning, Tom Jacewicz, Gina 
Bumann, Carol Topping, Holly 
Corcoran, Nancy Barrows, Trish 
Mackintosh 



TOP ROW: Ms. Blackwell, Paul 
Marcus, Jeff Chemlen, Chris Shaw, 
Pat Egan, Steve Curiey, Pat Lyons 
BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Melvin, Scott 
Munden, Tim Glattelter, Brenda 
Pease, Hoa Njuyen, Mickey LaValley 



SOPHOMORE 

73 



TOP ROW: David Jedlicka, David 
Burr, Ken Brown, John Slinkard, 
Heather Drake, Corrine Grillo 
MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Blackwell, Steven 
McMahan, Christine Foerst, Amy 
Puffer, John Sullivan, Kevin Reed 
BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Sinotte, Linda 
Yanosick, Joanne Melville, Susan 
McKie, Pat Doughry, Charlene 
Nickerson 



TOP ROW: Christopher Corey, Mark 
Fiato, Scott Devlin, Chris Livingston, 
Tim Kelly, David Swanson, Richard 
Duda, Glenn Robinson 
MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Blackwell, Jim 
Ward, Dan Concannon, Tim Failla, 
Kenny Sharkey, Susan McMahan, Neil 
Couvee 

BOTTOM ROW: Tina Corey, Tina 
Collyer, Maureen McCulloch, Sally 
Avery, Christina Davis 



TOP ROW: Kim Wheeler, Heidi 
Petersen, Denice Mace, Stacey Smith. 
Tamara Fern, Michelle Nestor, Dan 
Fougere, Mark Russo, Chris Sparks 
MIDDLE ROW: Mr Judge, Terry 
Porter, Karen St. Onge, Frank 
Oppedisano, Lisa Garibotto, Kristen 
Draskovich, Mary-Beth Oram, Bob 
Luidman 

BOTTOM ROW: Erika Barber, Gwen 
Cardoos, Lynne Valdina, Lisa Porter. 

Sharon Michelson 



TOP ROW: David Dimisco, Dan 
Woodford, Tibor Nagy, Al Kenney, 
Bob Whitley, Jay Schoendorf, 
Fernando Catalina 
MIDDLE ROW: Mr Judge, Lisa 
Pelletier, Christine McGovem, Julie 
Robbins, Laureen Kirkland, Lisa 
Goemowitz, Joni Montermagno 
BOTTOM ROW: Raj Sundra, Lori 
Casstleberry, Laura Newman, Karen 
Castetter, Carolyn Lohr 




SOPHOMORE 

74 




TOP ROW: Todd Brunner, Nat 
Brady, John McKenna, Marc 
Vadeboncoeur, Ken Baldwin, Sean 
Ennis, Jim Papalia, Dave Bowser, Rob 
Jacobson, Jim Storer 
MIDDLE ROW: Mark Babilon, Steve 
Records, Dave Hanf, Kevin Mickle, 
Dan Silvestrone, Dan Rosato, John 
Spencer, John Callender, Anne 
Solmita, Noelle Marcottc, Mary-Beth 
Conway 

BOTTOM ROW: Renee Qualter, Jill 
Schwarzenbach, Stacy Carruth, 
Jeanine Doane, Paula Francis, Marcy 
Goyette, Susan Petrecia, Lisa Leong 



' TOP ROW: Fred Rores, John 

Campos, John Bellino, Karen Zolnay, 
Lynn Telford, Alex Segal, Brendan 
Gaul, Robert Kelnhofer, John Grimm 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs, Kinney, Eric 
Benson, Cheryl Donahue, Cheryl 
Knell, Wendy Utley, Sarah Robinson, 
Doug Blair, Jeannette Moreau 
BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Wingood, 
Joanne Delaney, Patty Guirleo, Judy 
Ciampa, Julie Kostishack, Lisa Nandy 



TOP ROW:Troy Newman, Russ 
Cauvel, Chris Hawley, Mike Hawkins, 
Mike Bauman, Mike Fitzgerald, Barry 
Yaceshyn 

MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Giddis, Debbie 
Devine, Kelley Murray, Linda 
Thompson, Linda Wheaton, Patty 
Ahem 

BOTTOM ROW: Denise Pagan, 
Jackie Eden, Monica Huebner, Janet 
Blake, Nadolyn Burton 



TOP ROW: Louise O'Hara, Sean 
Hurley, David Thomas, Lawrence 
Murray, James Lurey, Scott McArdle, 
Doug Burr 

MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Spence, Monica 
Shaipe, Caren Manning, Julie 
Tateosian, Diana Birmingham, Paul 
Castro, Russel Cobe 
BOTTOM ROW: Cynthia Edwards, 
Lynn McCarthy, Julie Collins, Ruje 
Yukawa, Kathy Ellis, Wendy 
Gerhrands, Laura Linz 



SOPHOMORE 

75 




FRESHMEN 



76 





TOP ROW: Jim McEUigot. Tim 
Frimpter. Matt Cantella. Glen 
Desrosiers. Eric Glomski. Dave Annini, 
Matt Wright Scott Smith 
MIDDLE ROW: Dan Logcher. Lesley 
Shaw, Courtney Bishop. Lisa Rttman. 
Suzanne Melville. Mike Fem 
BOTTOM ROW: Kelli Pease. Debra 
Lowrey, Patience Pulliam, Alex Brady, 
Michael Tuttle, Michael Aldrich, Sean 
Divine 



TOP ROW: Seamus Garrett, Chris 
Naugler. Kristin Dougherty. Candy 
Graham. Troy DeMarco. Kim Mendell. 
Dottie lovino. Chris MacAllister. Pat 
Olsen 

MIDDLE ROW: Mrs Hovsepian. 
Kathy Walsh, Brian Gellady. Joanne 
Jeanotte. Jennifer Kimmons. Michelle 
Cathey. Debbie Masca. Marian 
Zuckerman. Mary Ellen Sherman, 
Kathy Sutton, Jennifer Weisz, Kathy 
Frimpter. Gail Johnson 
BOTTOM ROW: Pam Beckwith. Jim 
Bieren, Lynne Carroll. Leslie Carroll, 
Eric Sandblom, Kelly Shiner, Debbie 
Lovely 



TOP ROW: Greg Swider. Neil 
Amidon. Nicki Tran. Chris Smith. 
Jonathan Mann. Achi GoeL Dane 

Graves 

MIDDLE ROW: Laura Sullivan. Diane 
Richards. Allyson McLaughlin. Tracy 
.Armstrong. Diane Libby. Kiersten 
Ebersole 

BOTTOM ROW: John Solomonidcs. 
\'oel Kupiaz. Susan Sabetty. MicheDe 
Gonsolves 



TOP ROW: Kathy Camara, Linda 
Beardsley. Tracy Tanner. Stac^ 
Rogers. Mara Chavis. Danny rabr. 
Scott Sinclair. Paul St. Amour. Kevin 
Donahue. Joe Geisberg 
MIDDLE ROW: Wendy LaLiberte. 
^. ickie Preston. Maria AJbanese. Amy 
Bruno. Richard Dacey. Salim 
Mohammed. Burris Boruchovich, 
Janet Lord. Susan Hawkins 
BOTTOM ROW: Brenda McMahan. 
Kim Travers. Nancy Damery. Cincfie 
Hayviard, Paul Raymond, Eric Niblac. 
Betty Gctz 



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TOP ROW: Mark Alcaide, Ulrikc 
Reinisch, Kelley Luter, Tricia Conway, 
Doug Elder, Gene Holmstead, Todd 
Evans 

MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Giddis, Debbie 
O'Neil, Heather McGilvray, Nicole 
Cassidy, Christine Othmer, Steve 
Bishop. David O'Neil 
BOTTOM ROW: Roberta Branca, 
Stephanie Hirsch, Denise Paganis, 
Helen Perkinson, Susan Reynolds 



TOP ROW: Michael Giennon, Raud 
Justice, Joe Quinn, Dave DeLellis. 
Rob Carlson, Tony Young MIDDLE 
ROW: Ms. Giddis, Lany McConnell, 
Stein Stormo, Andrea Preston. Patti 
Hooper, Jen Dyson BOTTOM ROW: 
Lucy McGovem, Regina Strahle. Pam 
Dutra, John Stander, John Pontius 



TOP ROW: Ken Collins, Rick Hollis. 

David Gage, Michael Gerlek, John 
McCune, Robbie Meffan, Sam White 
MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Giddis, Kerry 
Litchfield, Kelly Conway. Heather 
Johnson, Tricia Records. Lisa Snapp. 
Rachell Bishop, Sue Drohan 
BOTTOM ROW: Chris Massa, Pat 
Killebrew, Terry Tilman, Carolyn 
McCollem, Carol McClatchcy, Crystal 
Murphy 



TOP ROW: Richard Doherty, Paul 
Cameron, Wayne Fallon, Robert 
Fitzgerald, Charles Gerbrands, Eric 
Davis, Mark Guetersloh, Matthew 
Vosika, James Hubbard 
MIDDLE ROW: Michelle Moosick, 
Christine Montgomery, Lori McNeary. 
Kim Murphy, Lori Corey, Marcia 
Clements, Chrstine Coleman, Lynn 
Hughes, Stephen Jones, John Gogan, 
Matthew Urquhart 
BOTTOM ROW: Carolyn 
Soderstrom, Lauri Ardolino, Kerry 
McGovem, Kevin Johnson, Michael 
Callender, Linda Pyscznski, Michelle 
Lipczer, Elizabeth Fanrell 






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TOP ROW: Khiem Nguyen, Louie 
Nocca, Pat Denaro, Eric Isnor, Dana 
Hamson, Baice Park, Michael McCravy 
MIDDLE ROW: Mrs Spence, 
Annemarie Callahan, Alcia D'Errico, 
Debora Smith, Laura Crossley, Debbie 
Taft, Kareen Cavanagh 
BOTTOM ROW: Dung Nguyen, 
Robert Wang, David Boudreau, Mary 
Mead, Melissa Melvin, Sompong 
Hoxaye 



TOP ROW: Kathy Mac Quilken, -~ 
Nathan Sears, Denise Finkelstein, 
Vincent Tyer, Peter Stamatakos, 
Michael Kenney, James Harden, Juan 
Carlos Avila. Philip Oviatt 
MIDDLE ROW: Stephanie Katz, 
Susan Dameron, Lisa Cone, Tracy 
McArdle, Sheila Feltman, Renata 
Pomponi, Kristin Yatsko, Christine 
Linz, Martell, Sandra McDonald, 
Jennifer Maxon 

BOTTOM ROW: Kara Flynn. Karen 
Cierpial, Deborah Fiorino, Lauren 
Heggestad, Chelby Blogett, Michelle 
Pitts, Adrienne Danielle, Veronica 
Welch 





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We ate the whole thing! 



But I don't want to dooo my homework! 





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Cafeteria Staff 
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Custodial Staff 




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Social Studies 
Brendan Desilets 

English 




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Custodial Staff 

Charles DiPietro 

Occupational Education 
Program Administrator 




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Who's on first? 



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^^^^^^ . -< , ^^i^fcHMM 







The Bedford High School baseball 
team had a very disappointing season. 
It is important to note, however, that 
fundamentally the team showed that it 
was capable of playing sound baseball. 
Coach Sabourin feels that with a little 
more intensity and with a little better 
pitching, Bedford will be competitive 
and ready to challenge for the Dual 
County League championship. We are 
looking forward to next season. 



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Varsity Baseball 


4/14 


Bedford at Weston 


4/16 


Sudbury at Bedford 


4/19 


Bedford at Wayland 


4/21 


Bedford at Acton 


4/23 


Concord at Bedford 


4/26 


Newton South at Bedford 


4/30 


Weston at Bedford 


5/3 


Weston at Sudbury 


5/5 


Wayland at Bedford 


5/7 


Acton at Bedford 


5/10 


Bedford at Concord 


5/12 


Bedford at Newton South 


5/17 


Bedford at Weston 


5/19 


Sudbury at Bedford 


5/21 


Bedford at Wayland 


5/24 


Bedford at Acton 


5/26 


Concord at Bedford 


5/28 


Newton South at Bedford 









tt^f f • * ? I 




Varsity Baseball: Front Row: Jeff Gentile, Kenny 
Russell, Bob Donahue. Dave Courtogalous, Frank 
Cartaglia. Second Row: Coach Sabourin, Eric Eaton. 
Joel Shamon. Billy F^les, Timothy French, Timmy 
Donahue, Kenny Ginder, Al Kinney. 



Junior Varisty Baseball: Front Row: Mike Drovin. 
Mark Fiato. Perry Lipson. Roger Lydon. Steve Petrillo 
Second Row: Chris Kimmins. Peter Sullivan. Mike 
Hawkins. Mark White. Peter Pray. Carl Castettcr. Greg 
Moll. Paul Pandiscio, Coach Petrillo. 



Freshman Baseball: Front Row: Chris Manning 
Mike Fitzgerald. D.J Caristi. John Sullivan Second 
Row: Tom Ford. Dan Silverstone. Tim Kelly. Jirr 
O'Shaughnessy. Rich Duda. Eric Benson. Dave Vera 
no Third Row: Coach Wilson. Scott McArdle. Bobb^ 
Whitley. Mark Alcaide. Chris Corey. Mike Bauman 
Keith Doherty 



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Take me out 

to the ball game! 



r-U Aji ^JV^I^ 






Girls' Junior Varsity Softball: Front Row: Amy Mil 

ler, Gina Bumann, Debbie Delfino, MaryBeth Oram, 
Nancy Ban-ows, Holly Corcoran, Andrea Shamon, 
Julie Shea, Cory Grille, Sue McMahon, Laura Linz, 
Sue Petrecca. Back Row: Coach Patuleia, Maureen 
McCuiloch, Kathy Alessi, Karen MacQuilken, Chris 
McGovern, Joanne Kent, Kim Meyer, Cheryl 
Donahue. 



Girls* Varsity Softball: Front Row: Meg isnor, Mau- 
reen Bench. Middle Row: Elaine Millar, Margie 
Powderly, Michelle Busa. Laura McMahon, Karen 
Hall. Back Row: Molly Silverstrone, Patty Raffa. 



We finished the season in second place 
with a league record of 12-3. There was 
good team effort especially by our 
graduated pitcher Kathleen Davidson, 
and our returning junior catcher Mau- 
reen Bench. The team played excep- 
tionally well together, always anticipa- 
ting where the next play would be 
going. With a second place finish it 
allowed us to be in the State Softball 
Playoffs. Our first state game was 
against Marian with a 13-2 win. Then 
we played East Boston, who was state 
champs the year before, and we won 
that game 8-3. That put us into the 
quarterfinals against Ipswich, which we 
lost due to postponement and the se- 
nior prom. The Dual County All-Star 
representatives were graduates: Lois 
Farrell, Kathleen Davidson, Kristin 
Lunquist, and returning senior Michelle 
Busa. The Lowell All-Star was Lois Far- 
rell and Kathleen Davidson and these 
two were also picked as "players of the 
year". Lois Farrell was the only team 
member elected as Globe Scholastic 
All-Star. 



Varsity Softball 

4/13 Bedford at Arlington 

4/15 Newton South at Bedford 

4/20 Acton at Bedford 

4/22 Concord at Bedford 

4/27 Bedford at Wayland 

4/29 Bedford at Sudbury 

5/3 Bedford at Newton South 

5/5 Bedford at Acton 

5/7 Bedford at Concord 

5/10 Wayland at Bedford 

5/12 Sudbury at Bedford 

5/14 Newton South at Bedford 

5/17 Acton at Bedford 

5/19 Concord at Bedford 

5/21 Bedford at Wayland 



5/24 Bedford at Sudbury 




What a racket! 



Although our record of 2 and 10 is not 
impressive on the books, it was one of 
the best seasons for a long time. Many 
matches went down to the last set and 
many of the scores were 3-2. We lost 
our first doubles team of Morse and 
Donovan to graduation but the rest of 
the team will be returning. 



Boys' Tennis 

4/26 Newton South at Bedford 

4/28 Boston Latin at Bedford 

4/30 Weston at Bedford 

5/3 Bedford at Lincoln-Sudbury 

5/5 Wayland at Bedford 

5/7 Acton at Bedford 

5/10 Bedford at Concord 

5/12 Bedford at Newton South 

5/17 Bedford at Weston 

5/19 Lincoln-Sudbury at Bedford 

5/21 Bedford at Wayland 

5/24 Bedford at Acton 

5/26 Concord at Bedford 






Boys Tennis: Front Row: Curtis McMurtne. Dan Har- 
rigan, Chris Castro. Dave Heggestad Back Row: 
Coach McManus, Leon Lousararian. Jim Donovan. 
Rob Morse, Dave Packer. Jay Schorndorf. Sean 
Huriey. 



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Volley for serve! 




There was a high degree of team spirit 
this year. The girls took the coaching 
sessions seriously and implemented 
the strategy taught to them during 
many of the matches. The captains 
were Jill Aldorisio and Donna 
McDougal. 



Girls' Tennis 


4/26 


Bedford at Newton South 


4/28 


Boston Latin at Bedford 


4/30 


Bedford at Weston 


5/3 


Lincoln-Sudbury at Bedford J 


5/5 


Bedford at Wayland ..^^B 


5/6 


Bedford at Acton w^^M 


5/10 


Concord at Bedford 


5/12 


Newton South at Bedford 


5/17 


Weston at Bedford 


5/19 


Bedford at Lincoln-Sudbury • 


5/21 


Wayland at Bedford .^^1 


5/24 


Acton at Bedford 


1^ 5/26 


Bedford at Concord 



Varsity and Junior Varsity Girls Tennis: Front Row: 

Sandy Lewis, Jill Aldorisio, Donna McDougal. Second 
Row: Amy Birmingham, Lesley Paton, Courtenay 
Hand, Sue Aldorisio, Kristy Sundra, Amy Kneelancl, 
Patty Ahem. Third Row: Coach Wilson, Jean Crec- 
senzi, Sandy Richards, Diana Birmingham, Terri Bel- 
lengi, Erica Logcher, Laura Doherty, Julie Robbins, 
Lori Larsen, Diana Kenncy, Michelle Lewis, Julie 
Hamilton, Coach Aldorisio. 




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One Step At A Time 



This year's team was predominantly 
underclassmen. Assistant Coach De- 
Copua has helped rejuvinate the pro- 
gram. The Town Department has final- 
ly provided us with a respectable track 
facility. We feel the program is going to 
continually improve. Bryant Wingood 
qualified for the State meet in the 440 
yard dash. 



Boys' 

4/17 

4/24 

4/26 

4/29 

5/6 

5/8 

5/10 
5/13 
5/17 
5/20 
5/22 



Spring Track 

Bedford at League Relays in Acton 

Bedford at State Track Coaches Meet 

Bedford at Sudbury 

Bedford at Weston 

Acton at Bedford 

Bedford at State Coaches Meet in 

Brockton 

Bedford at Wayland 

Newton South at Bedford 

Concord at Bedford 

Bedford at Frosh-Soph Meet in Acton 

Bedford at All League Meet in Newton 

South 

Bedford at Tewksbury 
Bedford at State Meet 




Boys' Spring Track: Front Row: Coach Sullivan. 
Alan Paine, Joe Kelnhoffer, David Kennedy. Bryant 
Wingood. Brian MacArthur. Andy Ringle, Dan Bruno 
Second Row: Jeff Lipson, Ken Pliska. John Frceher, 
John Williamson. Joe Maskalenko. Tom Pap^lia. Chris 
Moore. Tom Concannon. Third Row: Coach Green- 
wood. Doug Blair. Jack Roberts. Lonnie Murray. Dan 
Colao, Bruce Kozuma, Matt Kennedy, Barry Dyment 



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Striding for the best. 




Girls* Spring Track: Front Row: Dianna McCarron, 
Maria Alessi, Carol Ward, Valerie French. Second 
Row: Kim Merrick, Leah Brown, Linda Owens, Sue 
Reily, Jill Millman, Kcrri Dougherty, Barbara Birch. 
Third Row: Pamela Wingood, Karen Zolnay, Mary 
Beth Conway. Fourth Row: Chris Lawrence, Tina 
Doyle, Jan Hamann, Adrienne Elder, Jean-Marie 
Matthews, Joyce Henrikus, Anne Weaver, Mary-Ellen 
Carter, Phyllis Doherty, Karen Yeatts. 



Spring track had a good season. Excep- 
tional perfonners were Maria AUessi, 
Carol Ward and Pam Wingood who 
participated in the State meet. Carol 
Ward also broke her own record in the 
javelin event. 



Girls' Spring Track 

4/17 Bedford at League Relays in Acton 
4/24 Bedford at State Track Coaches Relays 
4/26 Sudbury at Bedford 
4/29 Weston at Bedford 
Bedford at Acton 
Bedford State Coaches Meet in 
Brockton 

Wayland at Bedford 
Bedford at Newton South 
Bedford at Concord 
Bedford at Frosh-Soph Meet in Acton 
Bedford at All League Meet in Acton 
5/25 Tewksbury at Bedford 
5/31 Bedford at State Meet 



5/6 
5/8 

5/10 
5/13 
5/17 
5/20 
5/22 




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In the cradle of life . . . 




We had a slow start this year, losing our 
first five games in a row, but we ended 
up with a respectable seven and eight 
record. We lost a bit of talent last year 
when seniors Ray Boudreau, Mike Go- 
guen, John Garibotto, Fred Yanosick, 
Jim Carter, and Co-Captains, Pat 
Weatherbee, and Mike Montemagno 
graduated. However, we also have a lot 
of returning lettermen such as Keith 
Ciampa, Dan Colonero, Guy Monte- 
magno, Chris Miller, Dan Williams, 
Sean McCaffrey, and Jim Gettman. We 
look forward to a productive season in 
1983. We would also like to say thanks 
and goodbye to Coach Hayes. He 
made us work hard, but he did an ex- 
cellent job with the team. 



Varsity Lacrosse ■ 

4/2 Concord at Bedford ~ 

4/6 Bedford at Wayland 

4/10 Medford at Bedford 

4/16 Framingham South at Bedford 

4/19 Burlington at Bedford 

4/21 Bedford at Needham 

4/23 Bedford at Sudbury 

4/28 Bedford at Lexington 

4/30 Waltham at Bedford 

5/4 Beverly at Bedford 

5/6 Bedford at Framingham North 

5/13 Hingham at Bedford 

5/21 Newton South at Bedford 

5/24 Bedford at Billerica 




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Varsity Lacrosse: Front Row: Fred Yanosick. Mike 
Gogen, Captain Mike Montemagno. Captain Pat 
Wetherbee. Ray Boudreau. John Garibotto. Jim Car- 
ter becond Row: Keith Ciampa, Dan Colonero Guy 
Montemagno, Chris Miller. Jim DeVellis. Sean McCaf- 
frey, Jim Gettman, Marco Pomponi, Dan Williams 
Coach Hayes. 



Junior Varsity Lacrosse: Front Row; o .v 
John Callendar. Rich O'Neil, Ben Stinson, Peter 
Dunn. John Spencer Second Row: Chris Birch. Rob 
Jacobsen. Mike Powderly. Peter Farrell. Mark Freni. 
John Bellino. Frank Oppedisano Third Row: David 
Knell. Urban Gillis, Scott Fillucl. Mike Busch. Brian 
Gogen. Scott Defoe. Mike Hill. Eric Miller. Evan Cuth ; 
bert. Coach Bugbee. 





Z A hole in one? 




This year's golf team was made up of 
eight guys and one girl. The season 
record was 2 wins and 9 losses, but 
both the players and Coach Reynolds 
had a lot of fun. 





Golf 


Boys' 




4/26 


Newton South at Bedford 


4/27 


Bedford at Concord 


4/29 


Sudbury at Bedford 


5/3 


Wayland at Bedford 


5/4 


Acton at Bedford 


5/6 


Bedford at Newton South 


5/10 


Concord at Bedford 


5/11 


Bedford at Sudbury 


5/13 


Bedford at Wayland 


5/17 


Bedford at Acton 


5/24 


Tewksbury at Bedford 




Golf Team: Front Row: Dan Lynch, Dan Kleiman. 
Steve Riley, Mike Donahue. Ron Graham. Second 
Row: Coach Reynolds, Lisa Manning, Dan Baino, 
Paul Freeman, John Isnor. 



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Rah! Rah! Rah! 



The football/basketball cheerleading 
Co-Captains were Donna Breland and 
Lisa Manning. Miss "G" coached the 
girls to a spirited season. The girls gave 
great support and encouragement to 
their teams. 







Football Cheerleaders: Kneeling: Noelle Whitmire. Amy ^.i:,:Na:^; First Row: Con i.>r..A l.:; 'u; : ^..>a 
Manning. Lynne Breland. Second Row: Alicia Whitney. Jill Millman. Courtenay Hand. Captain Donna 
Breland. Top: Linda Owens, Shannon Ericson, Patty Ahem. Split: Courtney Bishop. 




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Jump, shout, knock 
yourself out! 





rr rti-^^-^^*^"! 





; Ayasse was the Captain of the soc- 
cer/hockey cheerleaders. Mrs. Gullage 
helped the girls prepare their cheers 
and to lead their teams on to victory. 






Soccer Cheerleaders: Sitting: Chris Othmer, Carla Picariello, Kim Colliton, Michelle Eaton Kneeling: Juhe 
Tateosian, Lisa Mici. Bending: Pam Dutra, Patty Giurleo, Tine Neal. Standing: Michelle Little, bandy 
Richards, Laura Farinello, Dianne Senra. Top: Captain Sue Ayasse. 




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Sheer Determination! 



The 1982 Bedford High football team 
finished with a 1-7-2 record. The record, 
however, does not tell the story of the 
season. Coach Sabourin and his staff feel 
that this year's teann has restored several 
important qualities necessary to re- 
establishing the winning football tradition 
to Bedford High School. In spite of 
adversity, this year's team consisted of a 
very cohesive and dedicated group of 
young men. Their main characteristic was 
they were willing to make any sacrifice 
in order to achieve success. 
Success can be measured in many ways, 
but true success can only be measured 
when one derives the benefits of his en- 
deavors and when one leams to strive 



and reach milestones with enthusiasm. 
Learning about oneself and being willing 
to conform to group goals can be a very 
fulfilling experience. Though the benefits 
may not be obvious today, so often future 
success is based on past deeds and ex- 
periences. This may well be the case to 
the 1982 players. 

The contribution to the football tradition 
by the 1982 football team is the return of 
respect and dignity into football at Bed- 
ford High. We, the coaches, appreciate it 
and we are grateful to them. As coaches, 
we feel they have learned about them- 
selves through football and this confi- 
dence will be an asset to themselves in 
future years. 



Varsity Football 

9/10 Bedford vs. Westford at Ashland Jamboree 
9/18 Hudson at Bedford 
9/25 Bedford at Boston Latin 
10/2 Sudbury at Bedford 
10/9 Bedford at Acton 
10/16 Bedford at Wayland 
10/23 Bedford at Newton South 
10/30 Southbridge at Bedford 
11/6 Bedford at Fitchburg 
11/12 Bedford at Marlboro 
11/25 Thanksgiving Day Game — 
Concord at Bedford 





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VARSITY & JV FOOTBALL Front. From Left 

Quad-Captains Greg Towle, Tim French, Chris 
Moore, and Pat Towlc; First Row, From Left Joel 
Shamon, Roger McKenna, Brian MacArthur, Roger 
Lydon, Scott DeFoe, Jeff O'Rourke, Alan Jelalian, 
Chris Miller, Peter Dunn, Tim Donahue, Mark 
French and Rich O'Neil. Second Row, From Left 
Andy Ringle, Manager Erik Lund, Eric Eaton, Mike 
Bush, Dan Williams, Scott Filleul, Ken Ginder, Paul 
Pandiscio, Greg Moll, Cari Castetter, Dave Gardner, 
Chris Porter, Chris Chemlen, Dave Brown and 
Brian Jones; Third Row, From Left Mike Russell, 



Mike Hawkins, Jeff Mazzeo, Scott Carpenter, Rich 
Minassian, Mark White. Dave McCarron, Peter 
Farrell, Brian Goguen, Urban Gillis, Frank 
Oppedisano, Keith Dougherty and Chris Sparks; 
Fourth Row, From Left Brian Sheehan, Rich 
Duda, Jack Jacocks, Eric Benson, Ed Murphy, Mark 
Freni, Scott McArdle, Bob Whitley, Tim Papalia, 
Dave Varano, Matt Buxton and Sean Ennis; Rear, 
From Left Assistant Coach Ed Campbell, Trainer 
Pete Cacciola, Don Bunker, John McKenna, John 
Bellino, Rob Collins, Assistant Coach Bob Petrillo 
and Head Coach Armand Sabourin. 



Freshmen Football: Front Row: Tony Young, 
Dennis Castetter, Rob Fitzgerald, Mike McCravy, 
Wayne Fallon, Dave DeLellis, Bruce Parks. Second 
Row: Matt Urquhart, Raudell Justice, Chuck 
Gerbrands, Ty Ty^f. Eric Isnor, Paul Cameron, 
Mike Kennedy. Third Row: Matt Wright, Joe 
Quinn, Kevin Donahue, Dana Harrison, Dave 
O'Neil, Mike DeMattio, Jeff French. Fourth Row: 
Assistant Coach Shaw, Assistant Ray Godfrey, 
Coach Hirsch. 




Freshmen Soccer: Front Row: Robert Wang, Chris 
Massa, Paul Raymond, Kevin Johnson, Steve 
Bishop, Paul St. Amour. Back Row: Mark Alcaide, 
Seamus Garrett, Jamie Harden, Peter Stamatakos, 
Joe Geisberg, Scott Sinclair, Stein Stormo, Coach 
Alcantara. 

Junior Varsity Soccer: Front Row: Todd Brunner, 
Dan Concannon, Troy Newman, Chris Manning, 
Fernando Catalina. Back Row: Jim Storeo, Lonnie 
Murray, Jay Schoendorf, Jim Boatright, Evan 
Cuthbert, Eric Miller, Coach Ban'ett. 




Boys Varsity Soccer: Front Row: Sean Hurley, Patuelia. Dan Colonero, Juan Avila, Jeff Porter. 

Barrv Yachesyn, Rob Kelnhoffer, Captain Glen Guy Montemagno, Jeff Conway, Mike Milviile. Mike 

Raymond, Captain Leon Lousararian, Raj Sundra, Spofford, David Higham, Eric Olsen, Kurt Graeff. 

T.J. Cardoza, Nicki Tran. Second Row: Coach Norman Wright. 



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Get a kick out of . . . 



Co-Captains were Leon Lousararian 
and Glen Raymond. The team was on 
its way to the state championship but a 
loss to Lincoln-Sudbury put them out 
of it. Goalie Kurt Grace had an out- 
standing season and was voted as the 
best D.C.L. goalie. Exchange student 
on the team, Juan Avila, was tiie top 
scorer, followed by sophomore Sean 
Huriey and Capt. Leon Lousararian. 



Boys* Varsity Soccer 

9/14 Maiden Catholic at Bedford 
9/17 Acton at Bedford 
9/22 Bedford at Wayland 
9/24 Concord at Bedford 
9/29 Bedford at Sudbury 
10/1 Weston at Bedford 
10/6 Newton South at Bedford 
10/8 Bedford at Boston Latin 
10/13 Bedford at Acton 
10/15 Wayland at Bedford 
10/20 Bedford at Concord 
10/22 Sudbury at Bedford 
10/27 Bedford at Weston 
10/29 Bedford at Newton South 
11)1 Bedford at Christian Academy 
1 1/3 Boston Latin at Bedford 



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Girls Varsity Soccer: Front Row: 
Tri-Captains Michelle Busa. Molly 
Silverstronc and Pam Wetherbee Middle 
Row: Julie Hamilton, Elaine Millar. Karen 
MacQuilken and Cecilia During. Back 
Row: Kerry Latina, Andrea Cantella, 



Heather McGilvray. Julie Viola. Jan 
Hamann. Wendy Gerbrands. Andrea 
Shamon. Tricia Bums. Joyce Hennrikus 
and Joanne Kent. Coach in rear is Peter 

Keely. 



JV Girls Soccer: Front Row: Captains Kristen Dougherty. Tr 

Armstrong Second Row: Kathleen Walsh. Knstin Martclie 
Shea. Deane Libby. Knstin Hocker. Nicole Cass»dy. Sue Havk 
Third Row: Tricia Conway. Jodi Jaillet. Knstn Montgomery. Dct 
Mosca. Pam Beckwith. Betty Getz. Jenny Dyson. Coach 



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Put the Ball in the Net! 



Our disappointing record this year does 
not reflect how hard we worked or all 
the talent we had. Led by our tri- 
captains Michelle Busa, Molly Silves- 
trone, and Pam Wetherbee, we fought 
our way through one of the most diffi- 
cult leagues in the state and overcame 
many injuries. Two of our players. 
Michelle Busa, and Jan Hamann, were 
chosen for the Dual County League all 
star team, and both also received hon- 
ors from the Lowell Sun. Although we 
faced many obstacles, we still managed 
to have a great time, and we will miss 
our graduating seniors very much next 
year! 




Girls' Varsity Soccer 

9/17 Bedford at Acton 
9/22 Wayland at Bedford 
9/24 Bedford at Concord 
9/29 Sudbury at Bedford 
10/1 Bedford at Weston 
10/6 Bedford at Newton South 
10/13 Acton at Bedford 
10/15 Bedford at Wayland 
10/20 Concord at Bedford 
10/22 Bedford at Sudbury 
10/27 Weston at Bedford 
10/29 Newton South at Bedford 





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Over hill . . . Over dale 



The girls had a season record of five 
wins and three losses. Captains were 
Kerri Dougherty, Cindy Bailey, and 
Michelle Pelletier. Overall, the team felt 
that the season was a success. 
The boys had one of the strongest 
teams in many years and progressed as 
a unit very well. Next year will be a 
rebuilding year due to the loss of 
seniors. 



GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 

9/10 Hudson Catholic Scrimmage Meet 
9/14 Acton at Bedford 
9/21 Bedford at Wayland 
9/24 Chelmsford at Bedford 
9/28 Newton South at Bedford 
10/5 Sudbury at Bedford 
10/12 Bedford at Concord 
i 10/16 Bedford Invitational 

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 

9/10 Hudson Catholic Scrimmage Meet 

9/14 Bedford at Acton 

, 9/21 Bedford at Wayland 

\9/28 Newton South at Bedford 

1 10/5 Sudbury at Bedford 

10/12 Bedford at Concord 

10/19 Weston at Bedford 

110/26 Boston Latin at Bedford 

hl/3 DCL All League Meet at Acton 




Ken Pliska 

The girls beginning a race 




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BOYS • CROSS COUNTRY: Front Row: left to 
right: Doug Blair, Donald Woodford, Mickey 
Callendar, John Callendar, Brendan Gaul, Second 
Row: left to right: Alan Paine, Tom Concannon, 
Tom Papalia, Ken Pliska, Joe Kelenhoffer, Brian 
Hanley, Third Row: left to right: Coach Sullivan, 
Barry Dyment, Matt Kennedy, Mike Bruno, Bruce 
Kozuma, Steve Pizani, Coach Blackwell. 

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY Front Row; left to 
right: Phyllis Doherty, Michelle Pellitier, Cindy 
Bailey, Kern Dougherty. Second Row; left to right: 
Karen Yeatts, Tina Doyle, Adrienne Elder, Chris 
Lawrence, Third Row; left to right: Sue Melville, 
Lynne Carroll, Yael Kupiec, Gina Bumann, Coach 
Keup. 




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Stick it to them! 



Our team record was 4-8-2. We scored 
9 goals and had only 1 1 scored on us. 
Our season consisted of 14 games. 
There was outstanding play by both the 
forwards and defense but exceptional 
play was performed by the defense. 
Outstanding play was accomplished by 
all members of the team with special 
recognition to the four young ladies 
who made Dual-County All-star: Capt. 
Marge Powderiy, Capt. Sara Folweiler, 
Maureen Bench and Meg Isnor, and 
especially to Mary Beth Conway who 
was our outstanding goalie. The most 
goals scored on us were two games by 
2-0. The games were played by the 
Division 1 State Champs — Acton, and 
by the Division 2 State Champs — 
Weston. Each game consisted of 60 
straight minutes and with Mary Beth 
only allowing 9 goals in the whole sea- 
son. We would like to especially thank 
our coach Miss "G" for helping us and 
putting up with everything that we did. 
Good-luck to the Varsity Field Hockey 
Team of 1983! 



Varsity Field Hockey 

9/14 Newton North at Bedford 
9/16 Bedford at Concord 
9/21 Newton South at Bedford 
9/23 Bedford at Acton 
9/28 Bedford at Wayland 
9/30 Weston at Bedford 
10/5 Bedford at Lincoln-Sudbury 
10/7 Bedford at Newton South 
10/13 Concord at Bedford 
10/15 Bedford at Newton North 
10/19 Acton at Bedford 
10/21 Wayland at Bedford 
10/26 Bedford at Weston 
10/28 Lincoln-Sudbury at Bedford 




1 






Meg Isnor 
Playin' hard! 




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GIRLS JV FIELD HOCKEY: Front Row: left to 
right; Deb Elder, Deb Delfino. Sue Petrecca. Hino 
Hiroyama. Maureen Boyle. Judy Ciampa. Jean 
Crescenzi. Second Row: left to right: Caren 
Manning. Maryellen CoUiton. Linda Yanosick. Lisa 
Pelletier, Laura Kramer. Sue Dameron. MaryBeth 
Oram. Last Row: left to right; Cindy Ricker. Kristin 
Yatsko. Sue f?iley. Amy Miller, Chris Samo. Lucy 
McGovem. Christine McGovem, Kim Merrick, 
Leslie Carroll. 





GIRLS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: Front Davidson. Sue Alderisio. Meg Isnor Third Row: 

Row: Co-Captains Sarah Folweiler. Margie left to right MicheDe Renie. Elaine Carrofl. Mary 

Powderly. Second Row: left to right: Maureen Beth Conway. Amy McGovem. Jean-Marie 

Bench. Diana Kenney. Kim Neal. Mary Mathews, and Janine McLaughlin. 



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Splish! Splash! 



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This year the swim team's tri-captains I 
were Julie Maczko, Chris Donadio, and 
Laura Doherty. The girls practiced ev- 
eryday at Shawsheen, and the season 
went fairly well. Although there were 
not many spectators, the girls had fun 
together and cheered each other on. 



Girls' Swim Team 

Lexington at Bedford 
Bedford at Gardner 
Belmont at Bedford 
Sudbury at Bedford 
Bedford at Winchester 
Bedford at Wayland 
Bedford at Melrose 
Acton at Bedford 
Bedford at Boston Latin 
Bedford at Burlington 
Westford Academy at Bedford 
Nortfi Sectional Cfiampionsfiips 
State Championships 





9/21 




9/24 




9/29 




10/5 




10/9 




10/15 




10/20 




10/23 




10/26 


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10/29 


11/3 


11/12-13 




11/19-20 






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SWIM TEAM: Front Row: left-to-right — Amy 
Birmingham. Maryellen Carter. Laura Feltman. Julie 
Maczko. Laura Doherty. Christine Donadio. Janet 
Drohan. Karen Zolnay. Judy Boyle Second Row: 
left-to-right — Joni Montemagno. Maria Abarese. 
Leslie McLaughlin, Linda Wheaton. Diana 
Birmingham. Linda Thompson. Maureen 
McCullouch. Stacy Swider. Julia Thomas. Lynn 
Telford. Carol Lohr. Third Row: left-to-right — 
Coach Sandra Mackzo. Tracy Sullivan. Denisc 
Finkelsfein. Jenny Maxon. Allyson McLaughlin. 
Susan Drohan, Kerry Litchfield. Lisa Pittman. 
Lauren Heggastead. Veronica Welch, Coach Kathy 
Cuthbert, Carole Crittenden, Heather Johnson. 



I was taking a bath 





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The boys' swim team held their prac- 
tices at Shawsheen High School. Cap- 
tains Nat Brown, Jim McLaughlin and 
Greg Moll led the team, backed by 
Coach Sandy Maczko with lots of great 
help from managers Julie Maczko and 
Carol Lohr. The team was able to keep 
up with traditional "Pig-Piles." 



12/17 Bedford at Lexington 

1/5 Shawsheen Tech at Bedford 

1/7 Bedford at Northeast Reg. 

1/12 Concord at Bedford 

1/19 Bedford at Boston Latin 

1/21 Medford at Bedford 

1/29 Acton at Bedford 

2/1 Bedford at Weston 

2/3 Buriington at Bedford 

2/8 Bedford at Newton South 

2/11 Western Conference 

Championships 

2/18 North Sectional Championships 

2/25 State Championships 




Boys' Swim Team: Front Row: Mike Tuttle, Mike 
McCravy, John Callendar, Russell Cobe, John 
Peterson. Second Row: Coach Maczko. Steve Picard, 
Peter Drohan, Jim McLaughlin, Nat Brown, Brad 
Bates, David Heggestead, Sean Devine. Back Row: 
John Epeneter, Ken Brown, Al Kenney, Greg Moll, 
James McGelligot, Dane Graves, Guy Montemagno. 




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Swish! Slam! Dunk! 



This year's basketball team compiled 
a record of 7-11. The team found its 
leadership in a strong group of seniors. 
Playing key roles for the team were 
captain Leon Lousararian, All-Star Joe 
Maskalenko, and center Mark French. 
Also making invaluable contributions 
were Doug Traynor, Paul Freeman, 
Mike Kempton, Andy Ringle, and Tom 
Papalia. While this cast of seniors will 
be missed, a strong foundation of 
underclassmen will be left to continue 
the rebuilding of Bedford basketball. 



12/14 Bedford at Austin Prep 

12/17 Newton South at Bedford 

12/21 Bedford at Concord 

12/23 Boston Latin at Bedford 

12/27 Wilmington Xmas Tournament 

12/30 Austin Prep at Bedford 

1/4 Wayland at Bedford 

1/7 Bedford at Sudbury 

1/11 Bedford at Acton 

1/14 Weston at Bedford 

1/18 Bedford at Newton South 

1/21 Concord at Bedford 

1/25 Bedford at Boston Latin 

1/28 Bedford at Wayland 

2/1 Sudbury at Bedford 

2/4 Acton at Bedford 

2/8 Bedford at Weston 

2/1 1 DCL All Star Games at Concord 





Boys* Freshmen Basketball: Top Row: Matt Cantel- 
la, Scott Sinclair, Matt Vosika, Scott Smith, Coach 
Larsen, Joe Geisburg, Shamus Garrett, Russell Smith, 
Mark Alcaidi. Bottom Row: David DeLellis, Rich 
Dougherty, Paul Cameron, Tony Young, Neil Ami- 
don, Dennis Castetter, Dave Armini. 




Boys* Junior Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Tom 

Maskalenko, Fred Rores, Chris Corey, Mike Vosika, 
Bob Kelnhofer, Steve Records. Back Row: Adam 
Stuart, Peter Pray, Chip Ellis, Jim Furcy, Jim Papalia, 
Ken Baldwin, Coach Greenwood. 





Boys' Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Chris 
Kimmins, T.J. Cardoza, Capt. Leon Lousararian. 
Dwight McDaniel, Sean Ennis. Back Row: Andy 



Ringle, Doug Traynor, Joe Maskalenko, Paul 
Freeman, Mark French. Tom Papalia. Michael 
Kempton, Coach Hunt. 



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Girls' Freshmen Basketball: Front Row: Jenny Max 
on, Michelle Gonzalez, Allyson McLaughlin, Kristen 
Hocker, Pam Beckwith, Tracey Annnstrong. Back 
Row: Coach McManus, Susan Drohan, Candy Gra- 
ham, Patricia Conway, Jen Dyson, Lucy McGovem, 
Heather McGilvray, Kerry Litchfield, Patricia Hooper 




Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Julie 
Shay, MaryBeth Oram, Gina Bumann, Kim Mendel), 
Kristen Dougherty. Back Row: Coach Norton, Kristin 
Yatsko, Chris McGovern, Linda Wheaton, Linda 
Thompson. 







Girls' Varsity Basketball: Front Row: Kim Neal. 
Maureen Bench, Elaine Carroll, Kerry McGovem, 
Meg Isnor. Back Row: Coach Patuleia, Kathy 



Alessi, Karen MacQuilken, Pam Wcatherbee, 
Michelle Busa, Jennifer Crocker, Amy McGovem, 
Tricia Bums, 



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Dual County League 
Champs! 





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Co-Captains Pam Wetherbee and 
Michelle Busa led the way to a fantastic 
season this year. The team finished off 
their league games by beating Weston, 
thereby assuring themselves the Dual 
County League Championship. Both 
Co-Captains were chosen as All-Stars 
and Michelle Busa was leading scorer 
and co-MVP of the league. The DCL 
Coach of the Year was B.H.S. Coach 
Patuleia. 



12/14 


<■ 

Westford Acad, at Bedford 


12/17 


Bedford at Newton Soutii 


12/21 


Concord at Bedford 


12/23 


Bedford at Boston Latin 


12/29 


Keith Hall at Bedford 


12/31 


Brockton at Bedford 


1/4 


Bedford at Wayland 


1/7 


Sudbury at Bedford 


1/11 


Acton at Bedford 


1/14 


Bedford at Weston 


1/18 


Newton Soutfi at Bedford 


1/21 


Bedford at Concord 


1/25 


Boston Latin at Bedford 


1/28 


Wayland at Bedford 
Bedford at Sudbury 


2/1 


2/4 


Bedford at Acton 


2/8 


Weston at Bedford 


2/10 


Bedford at Nazaretfi Acad. 


2/12 


DCL All Star Game at Wayland 


2/16 


Parent-Daughter game 




Puck-er up! 



As always our hockey team was a 
strong contender in the DCL Hockey 
League. Unfortunately the power- 
house team of Acton-Boxborough at 
the time of this writing was undefeated. 
Captains Jim McKenna and Mark 
Isnor, along with seniors Mark Gon- 
salves, Joel Shamon, and Kevin St. 
Onge played some impressive hockey. 
These guys strive for the best. 



Varsity Hockey 

12/16 Bedford at Wilmington 
12/18 Bedford at Weston 
12/22 Bedford at Lowell 
12/28 Bedford at Acton 
12/30 Weston at Bedford 
01/05 Bedford at Boston Latin 
01/08 Sudbury at Bedford 
01/10 Bedford at Newton South 
01/15 Wayland at Bedford 
01/19 Bedford at Concord 
01/22 Acton at Bedford 
01/29 Boston Latin at Bedford 
02/02 Bedford at Sudbury 
02/05 Bedford at Newton South 
02/09 Bedford at Wayland 
02/12 Concord at Bedford 



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Boys' Varsity Hockey Team: Front Row: Jim 

Roberts, Bob Whitley, Kevin St. Onge, Co-Captains 
Jim McKenna and Mark Isnor. Mark Gonsalves, 
Kenny Cinder and Mike Glennon. Middle Row: Pat 
Shaw, Chris Manning. Steve Curiey. John 
McKenna, Mike Ferry, Dave Gardner, Ron Scaltreto 



and Managers Amy Birminham and Jean-Marie 
Matthews Black Row: Coach Mark Lane, Jimmy 
Storer, Chris Birch, Jim O'Shaughnessy. Tim 
Donahue. Sean McCaffery, Bruce Park, John 
Gagan and Assistant Coach Bob McGrath and 
Manager Barbara Pexider. 



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Setting the pace . 



Winter track is a sport that has some- 
thing for everyone: hurdles, shotput, 
high jump, sprints, middle and long dis- 
tances. Under the leadership of Co- 
Captains Ken Pliska and Pat Towle, the 
team experienced a season filled with 
personal bests. One notable success 
was achieved by Pat Towle with his 
34.6 for the 300 yard dash, setting a 
new B.H.S. record at this distance. The 
team worked well together this season, 
while the record of 1-6 does not reflect 
the amount that the individuals im- 
proved and shared. 



All meets at Wayland Field House 
12/16 Bedford vs. Acton 
12/28 Bedford vs. Marian 
12/31 Bedford vs. Wayland 
1/8 Bedford vs. Sudbury 
1/22 Bedford vs. Newton South 
1/29 Bedford vs. Boston Latin 
2/2 Bedford vs. Weston 
2/5 State Coaches' Relays 
2/12 DCL All League Meet 





Winter Track: Front Row: Mike Callcndar. Dan Wil 
liams. Pat Towle. Ken Pliska. Kerri Dougherty. Pan 
Wingood Second Row: Steve Pisani. Brendan Gaul 
Sean Brady. Greg Towle. Eric Eaton. Allen Paine 
Doug Blair. Joe Kelnhofer. Lonnic Murray. Sean Hur 
ley Third Row: Coach Sullivan. Brian Hanlcy. Mik. 
Sullivan. Chris Moore. Barry Dymcnt. Matt Kennedy 
Roger McKenna. Jim Devinc. Dan Colao. Coad 
McManus. 



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The Co-Captains of this year's squad 
were John Ryder, and John Bieren. 
The toughest competition of the year 
was the championship Gloucester 
squad. The team will lose many of its 
top shooters, but the young, upcoming 
shooters show much promise! 



Rifle Team 



1/4 

1/6 

1/11 

1/18 

1/20 

1/25 

1/27 

2/1 

2/3 

2/8 

2/15 

2/17 



Acton 
Wayland 
Maiden 
Boston Latin 
Braintree 
at Acton 
Gloucester 
at Maiden 
at Wayland 
Braintree 
Boston Latin 
at Gloucester 




Rifle Team: Front Row: Alan Jelalian, John Ryder, 
David Wheeler Second Row: Mr. Fichera, Jamie 
Doherty, Danny Rosato, Matt Roberts, Chris Shaw 



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It's Snow Problem! 



Due to bad winter weather, the Ski 
Team wasn't able to practice as much 
as they would have liked. However, 
they did manage to capture a couple of 
third places. The "Down Hillers" did 
very well sending two skiers to states: 
Kim Merrick and Barry Yacheshyn. 
The "Cross-Countriers" did their best 
despite having very few people and the 
girls CC team improved greatly 
throughout the season. Bedford had 
five skiers in the top 15 on the DCL: Bill 
Webster, Rich Aldridge, Sara Folwiel- 
er, Kim Merrick and Tina Collyer. 



1/1 1 Slalom at Nashoba Valley 

1/13 Cross Country at Concord 

1/18 Slalom at Nashoba Valley 

1/20 Cross Country at Wayland 

2/1 Slalom at Nashoba Valley 

2/3 Cross Country at Nashoba 

2/8 Slalom at Nashoba Valley 

2/10 Cross Country at Sudbury 

2/16 Cross Country Invitational at Wayland 

3/9 State Invitational at Brodie Mt 




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Ski Team: Front Row: Co-Capt. Bill Webster. 
Co-Capt. Jeff Porter. Coach Sorgi. Co-Capt Sarah 
Folweller. Co-Capt, Kim Mcnick. Second Row: 
Maureen Boyle, Sue Petrecca, Laura Kramer. Karin 
Yeatts. Sue McMahon. Rob Livingston. Tina 
Collyer. Mary Buck. Becky Eckhardt. Barry 
Yacheshyn. Cindy Harrington. Wendy Gerrands. 
Mike Spofford. Nlike Williamson. Eric Niblack. 
Third Row: John McCune. Mike Melville. Leslie 
Paton, Chris Samo. Kim Meyer, Kathy Ellis. 
Norman Wright. Mark White. Back Row: Rich 
Aldridge, Mike Annini. Don Bunker. Matt Wright. 
Gene Holmstead. J. P. Greelish. Not Pictured: 
Anne Samo, Adrienne Elder. 




/ 



Progress by Leaps and 
Bounds 





Girls' Gymnastics: Back Row: Sue Hawkins, 
Carol McClatchey, Mary Mead, Amy Puffer. 
Christine Foerst, Veronica Welch, Lauren 
Heggestead, Christine Martell, Joni Montemagno, 
Coach Karen Donadio. Front Row: Monica SharjJe. 
Renee Kucherer, Carol Topping. Co-Capts. 
Christine Donadio & Angie French. Michelle Lewis, 
Carolyn Clyde, Mary Ellen Carter. 



1/4 

1/7 

1/11 

1/13 

1/21 

1/25 

2/1 

2/9 



Bedford at Sudbury 
Bedford at Chelmsford 
Bedford at Concord 
Bedford at Westford Academy 
Bedford at Newton South 
Bedford at Billerica 
Bedford at Acton 
Bedford at Wayland 



This is yet another typical story of a 
BHS sports team. In the beginning, the 
girls' gymnastic team had the ability to 
have a winning season. But, in the end, 
injuries and other misfortunes had 
turned that theory around. 

Karen Donadio returned once again 
to coach the team. The team as a 
whole had a very promising start with 
the return of a strong and experienced 
Varsity squad plus a promising JV 
team. The team's performance im- 
proved consistantly, noted by the team 
score raising at each meet. This was an 
accomplishment because the team was 
up against tremendous odds, due to the 
lack of proper equipment to practice 
on. 

Overall, the team had a losing sea- 
son, but their enthusiasm was a win- 
ning one. it was unfortunate that the 
injuries had to happen and the equip- 
ment was less than perfect, but despite 
those minor setbacks the team had a 
great attitude throughout the otherwise 
disappointing season. Congrats to the 
1983 gymnastic team and good luck for 
1984. 



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Eugene Eagles, III. D.M.D., P.C. 

Bedford Proi'essional Bldg. 
50 Loomis Street 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-0575 




This year marked a special event for 
Bedford High School football Coach 
Armand Sabourin — his 100th career 
win! During his fifteen years in Bedford, 
he has touched the lives of many boys 
through his dedication and love of the 
game and its players. The standards he 
sets for the boys can best be epitomized 
by one of his favorite sayings. "Do not 
pray for an easy life. Pray to be a strong 
person." 

We would like to use this page to honor 
Mr. Sabourin and to wish him many 
more victories ... on and off the field. 




ACTIVITIES 




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Poo-Bah, man of many titles. 



Yum-Yum and Naki-Poo are happy at last. 




THE 

MIKADO 



4'. 




The 1982 musical comedy "The Mika- 
do" was a hit. The hilarious Gilbert and 
Sullivan opera was performed on three 
consecutive nights and attracted a massive 
audience for each show. 

The story takes place in Japan in the 
province of Titipu. Before the action of the 
opera begins, Nanki-Poo has fled from the 
court of his father, the Mikado of Japan, to 
escape marriage with an elderly lady named 
Katisha. Assuming the disguise of a musi- 
cian, he has then fallen in love with a fair 
maiden, Yum-Yum; but he has been pre- 
vented from marrying her by her guardian, 
Ko-Ko, who wishes to marry her himself. 
Ko-Ko, however, has been condemned to 
death for flirting, and, when Act I opens, 
Nanki-Poo is hastening to the court of Ko- 
Ko in Titipu to find out if Yum-Yum is now 
free to marry him. Well, she is not free to 
marry him just yet and the story takes creizy 
twists from there, until the two are together 
at last, and everyone is happy. 

The show was filled with many 
tremendously colorful and exciting chorus 
scenes due to bright kimonos and colorful 
fans. There were also many solos, quartets, 
and touching ballads that were all sung with 
excellence. The show really captured the 
magic of Japan. 



Gee, look at that!! 



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CHOIR AND ENSEMBLES 



First row: Leslie Carroll, Holly Corcoran, Kirsten 
Ebersol, Nancy Damery, Jennifer Weisz, Cecilia 
During, Cindy Yeung, Carey Manning, Rita 
McMahan, Christine Linz. Second row: Kathy 
Sutton, Veronica Welch, Sandy McDonald, Jill 
Schwarzenbach, Regina Strahle, Joni Montemagno, 
Carolyn Soderstrom, Jennifer Kimmins. Third row: 
Lisa Manning, Karen Cierpial, Diane Richards, 
Valencia Sharpe, Lauren Heggestad, Joanne 
Delaney, Lisa Leong, Laura Linz, Mary Davidson, 
Pam Dutra, Sue Dutra. Fourth row: Laura Doherty 
Allyson McLaughlin, Debbie O'Neil. Patty Olsen. 
Sheila Feltman, Kathy Walsh, Jodi Jaillet, Chris 
Martell, Stephanie Hirsch. 



"Oh say can you see 




Choir: First row: Wendy Utiey. Sue Ayasse. 
Heather McGilvray. Leslie McLaughlin. Liza 
Ralsron. Michael Callender, Rick HoUis. Chris 
Naugler. John Grimm. Keith McPhee. Donald 
Woodford. Laura Feltman. Tina Carr. Chns 
Donadio, Carolyn Killam. Andrea Lund Second 
row: Lauren Benson. Diana Birmingham. Mary 
Guirleo. Kem Latina. Roseanne McHugh. Bethannc 
Telford. Russel Cobe. Michael Melville. Steve 
McDonouqh. David Gage. Susan Hawkins. Heather 
Johnson. Courtenay Hand. Shannon Ericson. 
Monica Shaqse Third row: Julie Collins. Julie 
Kosttshack. Helen Kwon. Nicole Cassidy. Gail 
Hulbert. Karen Suider. Sarah Robinson. Paul 
Ferrero. Todd Evans Fourth row: Marybeth 
Conway. Cindy Bailey. Kris Cowan. Barbara 
Walline. Karen Zolnay, Mary Qlen Carter. Benjamin 
Mendes. John Epeneter. Scott Campbell. John 
Kuffel. Carla Picariello. Tricia Bums. Kim Colliton. 
Lynne Telford, Tina Doyle. 



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BARBERSHOP QUARTET, MADRIGALS, AND 

DOUBLE SEXTETTE 




^ L to R: Scott Campbell, John Epeneter, John 
Orlando, Jack Monaco 



Front: Kathrina Bryan, Ginger Miller, Jack Monaco, 
John Orlando, Kirk Schwarzenbach, Peter 
Galipeau, Brenda McMahan, Carolyn Killam. Back: 
Nancy Sullivan, Laura Kupfrian, Benjamin Mendes, 
John Epeneter, Bruce Kozuma, Scott Campbell, 
Cindy Johnson, Riye Yukawa, Barbara Walline 

Three select vocal groups at B.H.S. are the 
Barbershop Quartet, the Madrigal, and the 
Double Sextette. The B.H.S. Barbershop 
Quartet is an extracurricular group that pre- 
pares music without any teacher supervi- 
sion. The members of this group arrange 
their schedules so that they are able to re- 
hearse after school in order to prepare for 
performances. 

The Madrigal is an eighteen member mixed 
vocal group which meets every other day of 
the school year. This group performs in 
three concerts per year along with the choir, 
and its members also have the option of 
performing in the musical comedy in the 
spring. 

The Double Sextette is a sixteen member 
female vocal group whose members are 
also members of either the Choir or the 
Madrigal. This group rehearses every Mon- 
day and Thursday after school under the 
supervision of Barbara Walline. In addition 
to the Concerts throughout the year and the 
spring musical, this group also gives per- 
formances throughout the surrounding 
area. 




L to R: Barbara Walline. Kathrina Bryan, Ginger 
Miller, Laura Feltman, Carol Richardson. Gail 
Hulbert, Sarah Robinson, Sue Ayasse. Mary 
Giurleo, Tina Carr, Laura Kupfrian, Carolyn Killam. 
Lynne Telford, Christine Donadio, Heather 
Johnson. Riye Yukawa, Cindy Johnson. 



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Carol knows the way to Donald's heart. 



MARCHING TO THE BEAT OF 
A DIFFERENT DRUM 



Katie, Stacy, Carolyn, and Molly got the beat!! 





When the B H S Superband hits the 
field. WATCH OUT' Made up of the Wind 
Ensemble and a few members from Con- 
cert Band, the Superband entertained fans 
at football games with precision marching to 
such hits as "We Got the Beat". Center- 
fold". "Physical" During fcx>tball season, 
the band practices every Friday afternoon 
and Saturday morning The final result. Dif- 
ferent pregame and halftme shows each 
week that are entertaining and sometimes 
funny. For instance, in "Pac-Man Fever", 
the tuba's chased the majorettes around in 
a mock video game. In addition to their 
playing and marching, members of the 
band showed class and school spirit at every 
game 



Is it Halftime' 





B.H.S. Marching Superband 



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What a smile, Mary! 



MAJORETTES TWIRL THEIR 
WAY INTO YOUR HEARTS 



Barbara and Nancy perform during thehalftime show. 




For four years, Nancy Sullivan, Barbara 
Birch, Krissy Connors, and Gail Hulbert 
have been performing at halftime shows, 
parades, and pep rallies. Three years ago, 
Mary Giurleo and Carol Richardson, along 
with four freshmen, Melinda Lopez, Ann- 
Marie Stella, Anne Weaver, and Julie Pelle- 
tier, joined the squad. For the past three 
years, these girls have performed spectacu- 
lar twirling routines and show stopping, 
high kicking dance routines. Although the 
squad is ending their career together, no 
one will ever forget the wonderful times 
shared while entertaining the public. 



Krissy on the road to happiness. 






Bottom: Captain Nancy Sullivan, Julie Pelletier, Captain Barbara Birch Middle: Carol Richardson, Anne 
Weaver Top: Ann Marie Stella, Krissy Connors, Mary Giurieo, Melinda Lopez, Gail Hulbert 



Get Physical, Gail!! 



BLOWIN' IN THE WIND 



I love my baritone! 



Concentration! 



I'm suppxjsed to be able to play THAT"" 




You mean you really want me to play? 



First Row (1 to r): Christine Donadio. Carolyn Killam. Chnstina Leonard. Barbara Grimm. Lauren Benson. 
Jeanne Feehrer Second Row: Nancy Becker. Bruce Kozuma. Barbara Walllne. John Orlando. Jon 
Goldman. Laura McMahan. Tom Concanon Third Row: Brenda McMahan. Carol McClatchey. Renata 
Pomponi, Amy McGovem. Julie Hamilton. Raj Sundra. Mollv Koestcr. Kathrina Bryan. Lori Larsen 
Fourth Row: Peter Galipeau. Sheila Feltman. Stacey Swider. Russel Cobe. Kirk Schwarzenbach. Bethannc 
Telford. Jay Schoendorf. Michael Kenney. Greg McCollem Fifth Row: David Gage. Barbara Ranagan. 
Steve McDonouqh. Laura Feltman. Sean O'Connor. Keith McPhee, Donald Woodford. John Grimm. 
Lynne Telford, Wendy Utiey 



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JAZZ IT UP 



Gumby inspires Lori & Raj. 



76 Trombones" 



Doesn't he belong on the muppets? 




One of the most popular musical groups 
at BHS is the Jazz Ensemble. It consists of 
approximately thirty students who play sax- 
ophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba, guitar, 
bass, and percussion. They perfonn songs 
from a variety of styles such as big band, 
blues, jazz, and contemporary. The group 
rehearses every Friday at 2:30 pm after 
football season ends to begin preparation 
for the Winter Concert, Spring Concert, 
and Concert-on-the-Green. Most students 
agree that it is a lot of work, but feel that it is 
one of the best activities at BHS. 



Let's Rhumba! 



First Row: (I to r) Barbara Grimm, Barbara Walline, Peter Galipeau. Sheila Feltman. Raj Sundra, Lori 
Larsen. Second Row: Andrea Lund, John Orlando, Rije Yukawa, Stacey Swider, Kathrina Bryan, 
Carolyn Killam. Molly Koester. Third Row: Keith McPhee, Steven McDonough, Russell Cobe. Laura 
Feltman, Wendy Utley, James Dupree. John Grimm, Lynne Telford. Fourth Row: Barbara Flanagan, 
Sean O'Connor, Kirk Schwarzcnbach, Bruce Kozuma, Bethanne Telford, Jay Schoendorf. 




Hey wow! It's electric! 




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ORCHESTRA STRINGS YOU ALONG 



ORCHESTRA: Front: Molly Silverstrone, Riye 
Yukawa, Amy Theobald, Phyllis Doherty, Donald 
Woodford, Andrea Lund, Judy Ciampa. Middle: 
Peter Fanrel, Chris Lawrence, Chris Donadio, 
Carolyn Killam, Jean Feehrer, Lauren Benson, 
Barbara Grimm, Chris Leonard, Stacy Swider, 
Shiela Feltman, Peter Galipeau, Raj Sandra, Nancy 
Becker, Lori Larsen, Mark Guetersloh, Renata 



Pomponi. Back: Sarah Robinson (at piano), Mark 
Damety, Valerie Bogan, Amy Tucker. Bethanne 
Telforcl, Jay Schoendorf, Greg McCollem, Lynne 
Telford, James Dupree, Wendy Utiey, Laura 
Feltman, Bruce Kozuma, Mike Kenney, Barbara 
Walline. Standing: David Gage, Brian Hanley, 
Barbara Flanagan, Scott Campbell, Keith McPhee. 
and Mr. Hagar 



Carolyn and her million dollar smile. 




Bethanne, Jay, and Kirk play their hearts out. 



Lori anxiously awaits her entrance. 



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CONCERT BAND SETS THE MOOD 



Julie takes over as the Pied Piper. 



Front: Andy Ringle, Chris Moore, Elaine Kennison, Roseanne McHugh, Mike Melville Middle: Angie 
French, Cindy Bailey, Carolyn Clyde, Carol Richardson, Benjamin Mendes Back: John Epeneter, Kurt 
Graeff 




The Concert Band consists of a group of 
about sixty musicians that meet every other 
day during the school year. The members 
of this organization have the option of per- 
forming with the marching band during 
football season or just performing at the 
Winter and Spring Concerts and the Con- 
certs on the Green. This group plays a wide 
variety of music and always gives a very 
entertaining performance. 




Twosome Tubas! 



Mr. Toland offers his words of wisdom. 



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PATRONS OF MUSIC 

STUDENTS 



Mr Phinncy offers his comments concerning the 
POf»^S organization 



Patrons of Music Students enjoy their dinner 




Mrs. Orlando, President of POMS, conducts the fall 
meeting. 

POMS is the organization which supports the devel- 
opment of the Music Department at Bedford High. 
There are no formal membership requirements. Two 
meetings of the POMS membership are held each 
year: one in the fall and one in the spring. POMS is run 
between meetings by an executive board of officers 
and committee chairpeople. 

POMS operates the Chuckwagon during football 
season to supply funds to enrich the Bedford High 
School music program; provides robes for the choir; 
sponsors the youth concerts for students; coordinates 
private music lessons for students, and provides 
chaperones for buses used by the band during football 
season. 

Every music students is thankful for the POMS orga- 
nization because not only does it help all groups finan- 
cially, but its members also give all performers a great 
deal of encouragement and support. 



Ill fegiiBi"a 



It's time for a munchic break! 



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ENSEMBLES 

Leslie Carroll 
Karen CierpiiJ 
Hotly Corcoran 
Nancy Damery 
Mary Davidson 
Cealia Dunng 
Pamela Dutra 
Susan Dutra 
Knsnn Ebersoie 
Oane Fuller 
Jennifer Kimmins 
Chnstine Linz 
Carey Manning 
Lisa Manning 
Rita McMahan 
Joni Montemagno 
Jil Schwartzenbach 
Regina Strahle 
Kathleen WaUh 
Jennifer Weisz 
Joanne Delaney 
Laura Dohertyi 
Sheila Feltman 
Lauren Heggcslad 
Stephanie Hirsch 
Jcxli Jaillet 
Lsa Leong 
Laura Linz 
Sandra McDonald 
ChnsOne Martell 
AUyson McLaughlin 
KimbeHy Memck 
Pamoa Olsen 
Debbie O Neil 
Diane Richards 
Paula Rooney 
Valenna Sharpe 
Carolyn Sodcrslrom 
Kalhryn Sutton 
Veronica Welch 
Cindy Yeung 
Stephanie Timmons 
CHOIR 
Susan Ayasse 
Cindy Bailey 
Lauren Benson 
Diana Birmingham 
Patncia Bums 
Michael Callender 
Scott Campbell 
Tina Carr 
Mary Ellen Carter 
Nicole Cassidy 
Russell Cobe 
Julie Collins 
Kimberly Colliton 
Marybeth Conway 
Knsten Cowan 
Chnstine Donadio 
Chnstina Doyle 
John Epeneter 
Shannon Encson 
Todd Evans 
Laura Feltman 
Paul Ferrero 
David Gage 
Man,! Giurleo 
Patncia Giurleo 
John Gnmm 
Courlenay Hand 
Susan Hawkins 
Richard Hollis 
Gail Hulbert 
Heather Johnson 
Carolyn Killam 
Julie Kosbshack 
John KuHel 
Helen Kwon 
Kerry Ladna 
Andrea Lund 
Sieve McDonough 
Heather McGllvray 
Leslie McLaughlin 



Keiih McPhee 
Michael Melville 
Benjamin Mendes 
Cheiyl MlUman 
Jill MlUman 
Tibor Nagy 
Chns Naugler 
Carta Picanello 
Liza Ralston 
Sarah Robinson 
Monica Sharpe 
Carolyn Slockdale 
Karen Swider 
Stacy Swider 
Bethanne Telford 
Lynne Telford 
Wendy Utley 
Barbara Walline 
Donald Woodford 
Karen Zolnav 
Roseanne McHugh 
Richard Dacey 

BARBER SHOP QUARTET 

Jack Moruco 

John Oriando 

John Epeneter 

Scott Campbell 

DOUBLE SEXETTE 

Kathnna Bryan 

Carol Richardson 

Virginia Miller 

Sarah Robinson 

Gail Hulben 

Mary Giurleo 

Susan Ayasse 

Laura Kupfnan 

Carolyn Killam 

Tina Can 

Laura Feltman 

Lynne Telford 

Cindy Johnson 

Chnstine Donadio 

Riye Yukawa 

Heather Johnson 

Barbara WaLine — Accompianisl 

MADRIGAL 

Kathnna Bryan 

Scott Campbell 

John Epeneter 

Peter Galipeau 

Cindy Johnson 

Carolyn Killam 

Bruce Kozuma 

Laura Kupfnan 

Brenda McMahan 

Beniamm Mendes 

Ginger Miller 

Jack Monaco 

John Orlando 

Carol Richardson 

htirk Schwarzenbach 

Nancy Sullivan 

Barbara Walline 

Riye Yukawa 

WIND ENSEMBLE 

Flute 

Jeanne Feehrer 
Lauren Benson 
Barbara Gnmm 
Chnstine Leonard 
Oboe 

Carolyn Killam 
Chnstine Donadio 
Eb Clarinet 
Nancy Becker 
Bb Clarinet 
Lon Larsen 
Kathnna Bryan 
Molly Koester 
Rd| Sundra 
Amy McGovem 
Julie Hamilton 
Renata Pomponi 
Carol McClatchey 



Brenda McMahan 
Bass Clarinet 
Riye Yukawa 
Peter Galipeau 
Contra Bass Clarinet 
Andrea Lund 
Bassoon 
Stacey Swider 
Shiela Feltman 
Saxophone 
Thomas Concannon 
Laura McMahan 
John Oriando 
Jon Goldman 
Trumpet 
Bethanne Telford 
Jay Schoendor^ 
Greg McCollem 
Kirk Schwarzenbach 
Russell Cobe 
Michael Kenney 
Hom 

Barbara Walline 
Bruce Kozuma 
Trombone 
John Gnmm 
James Dupree 
Wendy Utley 
Lynne Telford 
Baritone 
Keith McPhee 
Donald Woodford 
Tuba 

Laura Feltman 
Scan O'Connor 
Percussion 
Sieve McDonough 
Barbara Ranagan 
Bnan Hanley 
David Gage 
CONCERT BAND 
Flute 

Sarah Robinson 
Carolyn Clyde 
Judith Boyle 
Joanne Delaney 
Jan Hamann 
Joanne Melville 
Anne Solomita 
Susan Riley 
Debbie O Neil 
Susan Sabetty 
Julie Kos&shack 
Karen Zolnay 
Christine McGovem 
Lisa Petletier 
Janet Drohan 
Pamela Wingood 
Kelly Conway 
Susan Petracca 
bnda Pyscznski 
Oboe 

Cindy Bailey 
Bb Clarinet 

Angela French 
Janna Johnston 
Karen Cierpial 
Chnstopher Smith 
Michael Melville 
Patncia Guirieo 
Daniel Silverstrone 
Lucy McGovem 
Enc Niblack 
John Callender 
Debra Delfino 
Benjamin Mendes 
Kathy Ellis 
Bass Clarinet 
Lisa Hayward 
Saxophone 
Elaine Kenison 
Chnslopher Moore 
Roseanne McHugh 
Jack Monaco 



David Burr 
Susan McMahan 
John McCune 
Jo Beih Lanier 
Trumpet 
Douglass Burr 
Kevin Mickel 
Andrew Ringle 
Kenneth Ginder 
Kenneth Brown 
Suzanne Melville 
John Pontius 
Trombone 
Carol Richardson 
Albert Kenney 
David DelcUis 
Tuba 

John Epeneter 
Kurt Graeff 
Percussion 
Marc Vadeboncoeur 
MARCHING BAND 
Gail Alpenn 
Nancy Becker 
Lauren Benson 
Judy Boyle 
Kalhrina Bryan 
David Burr 
John Callender 
Scoti Campbell 
Karen Cierpial 
Russel Cobe 
Tom Concannon 
Joanne Delaney 
Chnstine Donadio 
James Dupree 
John Epeneter 
Jeanne Feehrer 
Laura Feltman 
Shiela Feltman 
Barbara Ranagan 
David Gage 
Peter Galipeau 
Jon Goldman 
Barbara Gnmm 
John Gnmm 
Julie Hamilton 
Bnan Hanley 
Lisa Hayward 
Al Kenney 
Michael Kenney 
Elaine Kennison 
Carolyn Killam 
Molly Koesler 
Julie Kostishack 
Bruce Kozuma 
Jo Beth Lanier 
Lon Laisen 
Chns Leonard 
Andrea Lund 
Carol McClatchey 
Greg McCollem 
Steve McDonough 
Amy McGovem 
Lucv McGovem 
Roseanne McHugh 
Brenda McMahan 
Laura McMahan 
Keith McPhee 
Kevin Mickel 
Jack Mor\aco 
Sean O'Connor 
John Orlando 
Renata Pomponi 
John Pontius 
bnda Pyscznski 
Sarah Robinson 
Susan Sabetty 
Jay Schoendorf 
Kirk Schwarzenbach 
Daniel Silverstrone 
Anne Solomita 
Raj Sundra 
Stacy Swider 



Bethanne Telford 
Lynne Telford 
Wendy Utley 
Marc Vadebonceur 
Barbara Walline 
Donald Woodford 
Rive Yukawa 
JAZZ 

Saxophone 

Lon Larsen 
Raj Sundra 
Shiela Feltman 
Peter Galipeau 
John Oriando 
Molly Koester 
Carolyn Killam 
Kathrina Bryan 
Riye Yukawa 
Stacy Swider 
Trumpet 
Bethanne Telford 
Jay Schoendorf 
Kirk Schwarzenbach 
Bruce Kozuma 
Russel Cobe 
Trombone 
John Gnmm 
James Dupree 
Lynne Telford 
Wendy Utley 
Donald Wo«Ddford 
Tuba 

Laura Feltman 
Guitar 

Sean O'Connor 
Bass 

Keith McPhee 
Piano 

Barbara Walline 
Barbara Gnmm 
Vibes 

Andrea Lund 
Drums 

Steve McDonough 
Barbara Ranagan 
David Gage 
Brian Hanley 
ORCHESTRA 
Violin 

Molly Silverstrone 
Riye Yukawa 
Peter Farrell 
Christine Lawrence 
Mark Damery 
Valene Bogan 
Amy Tucker 
Judy Ciampa 
Anarea Lund 
Donal Woodford 
Renata Pomponi 
Mark Guetersloh 
Viola 

Amy Theobald 
Phyllis Doherty 
Bass 

Scott Campbell 
Keith McPhee 
Oboe 

Carolyn Killam 
Christine Donadio 
Rute 

Jeanne Feehrer 
Lauren Benson 
Christina Leonard 
Clarinet 
Lori Larson 
Molly Koester 
Nancy Becker 
Raj Sundra 
Bass Clarinet 
Peter Galipeau 
Bassoon 
Stacy Swider 
Sheila Fettnun 



Trumpet 

Bethanne Telford 
Jay Schoendorf 
Greg McCollem 
Trombone 
James Dupree 
Wendy Utiey 
Lynne Telford 
Horn 

Barbara Walline 
Bnjce Kozuma 
Michael Kenney 
Tuba 

Laura Feltman 
Percussion 
Barbara Ranagan 
David Gage 
Sarah Robinson 




mriNG 
DINT 



TELE-MEDIA 




Every school year, the Tele-media Orga- 
nization puts forth exciting, and informative 
productions. This year was no exception! 
ASK THE PRINCIPAL and the morning 
show (STARTING POINT) continued to be 
educational, as well as enjoyable for the 
school. A new program was introduced, 
FOpyjM, which brought guests in to answer 
questions from a studio audience. FORUM 
was hosted by Lisa Manning, while START- 
ING POINT was hosted by Rosanne 
McGugh, John Orlando, Ginger Miller, and 
Nancy Sullivan (sports). Seniors Scott 
Campbell, John Epeneter, Eric Gerdes, 
Jennifer Hilker, Elaine Kenison, John Kuf- 
fel, William Lindley, Carol Richardson. Kirk 
Schwarzenbach, Robert Snider, Mark 
Wachsler, and especially Elizabeth McCul- 
loch, and Amy Theobald (the producers), 
spent many long hours putting everything 
together. It was well worth it! 



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JUNIOR PROM 1982 




Michelle Taylor and Kevin Lang 



ts ill . U.Ai.D. , P«C« 

Bedford ir i-Ui.e33ional Bldg. 
50 Loomis Street 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-0575 

Front: King Joel Shamon and Queen Barbara Birch Back: Peter Dohan. Carol Richardson. Tom Papalia. Nancy 

Sullivan, Billy Pyles, Kerri Dougherty, Mike Spofford, and Chrissi Dedrick 



Eating again or still? 





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Although the weather outside didn't seem like 
spring, the atmosphere inside the gym was warm and 
spring-like. As the couples made their way from such 
restaurants as Alfonso's and the Colonial Inn, they 
would make their way through the beautifully decorat- 
ed arch and over the bridge in to the wonderfully 
transformed gym. Decorated in yellow and green 
streamers, the gym-turned-garden included swings 
and even a gazebo complete with a fountain. The band 
"Perfection" performed for the class of 1983 and the 
highlight of the evening was the crowning of the King, 
Joel Shamon, and the Queen, Barbara Birch. When 
the last song was over, the couples once again walked 
over the bridge and through the arch. Despite the fact 
that the next time they would see the gym it would be 
back to being like any other gym, each would have 
memories of May 29, 1982 to reflect back on. 




Jeff Porter and Sandy Richards 






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SPIRIT WEEK 




Spirit Week is a week that precedes the annual Homecoming 
football game and weekend. It is a week that is set aside for BHS 
students to act and dress a little "differently" than normal. 

Each day of the week had a different theme: 

Hat, Sock, and Tie Day, Tropical Day. 60' s Day, Do Your Own 
Thing Day, and Blue & White Day. There was also the traditional 
hall decorating contest, which the Juniors won this year, that 
provided some heated competition between the different classes. 

The week was wrapped up on Friday with a pep rally that 
included speeches by coaches, captains, and performances by the 
cheerleaders and majorettes. 



upper right: Junior hali — 1st 
place center left: Nadine Di- 
Clcmente 



center right: Sophomore hall — 
3rd place above: Senior hall — 
2nd place 



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HOMECOMING 
1982 





upper left: Queen Dianne 
Serra and Lisa Manning, up- 
per right Lisa, Diane, and 
Kerri Dougherty. 



mm 




left: Mr. Buckley crowns the 
Homecoming Queenbottom: 
The Homecoming nominees 



Despite the football team's loss 
to Lincoln-Sudbury, October 2, 
1982 was a special day for five Se- 
nior girls. The five nominees rode 
in the traditional red convertible 
around the track to their waiting 
fathers. Finally, the long awaited 
announcement was made and the 
girls were presented with flowers. 
The Homecoming Queen of 1982 
was Dianne Serra and her court 
consisted of Kerri Dougherty, Lisa 
Manning, Sue Ayasse and Nancy 
Sullivan. The Homecoming 
celebrations continued that night 
with the traditional Homecoming 
Dance. All in all, it was a weekend 
to be remembered. 




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CAREER 





International Day 



Dancing lessons were given in the gym. Here two 
H students await the next directions. 






Some students enjoying the dancing lessons in the gym. 



K Students had the opportunity during the day to attend 
a cafe and enjoy some foreign foods. 





A student helping herself to a glass of punch. 



1^ > Miffa/ 

These giris were a part of the entertainment. They performed a can-can dance. 



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Audio-Visual: First Row: Jim Hubbard, 
Eugene Olmstead, Timothy Glatfelter, Amy 
Theobald. William Lindley. Second Row: 
Dane Graves, Eliza Grenowitz, Scott Oneto, 
Jil Schwarzenbach, Sue Ayasse. Third Row: 
Chris Hawley, Kevin Mickel, John Epeneter, 
Marc Vadeboncoeur, Kurt Schwarzenbach, 
Scott Campbell, Carolyn Killam. 



Pep Club: First Row: Mike Sullivan, Sue 
Ayasse, Melinda Glennon, Nancy Sullivan, 
Mr. Ambrose, Lisa Manning, Carole 
Crittenden, Kerri Dougherty, Jack Monaco. 
Second Row: Carole Richardson, Ann 
Marie Stella, Ann Weaver, Leslie Jelalian, 
Alicia Whitney, Mary Buck, Lisa Pellitier, 
Noelle Whitmire, Caren Manning, Laura 
Kupfrian. Third Row: Kim Harroway, 
Courtney Bishop, Julie Tateosian, Andrea 
Cantella, Sandy Richards, Michelle George, 
Lisa Garibotto, Donna Breland, Con Grillo, 
Kristie Sundra. 



Computer Club: First Row: Eugene 
Olmstead, Karen Hall, James Ellis, Eric 
Niblack. Second Row: William Lindley. 
Mark Wachsler, Jim Duke, Dan Harrigan, 
John Epeneter. 



AFS: First Row: AnnMarie Lombardi, Lynn 
McCarthy, Cindy Edwards. Mike Sullivan. 
Jack Monaco. Second Row: Chris Holly. 
Denise Finklestein, Julie Mckonel, Barbara 
Konkle, Donald Woodford, Phyllis Doherty. 
Laura Kupfrian. Hina Hirama. Third Row: 
Dianea Birmingham, Sandy Richards, Amy 
Birmingham, Anne Solemita, Michelle 
Pelletier, Eliza Granowitz, Sally Avery, 
Barbara Grimm, Carolyn Clyde, Sarah 
Wright, Laura Feltman, Anne Solominita, 
Cecilia During, Fourth Row: Maureen 
McCulloch, Carolyn Nawoichik, Christine 
Foerst, Louise O'Hara, Kirk 
Schwarzenbach, Ginger Miller, Scott 
Campbell, Carolyn Killam, John Epeneter, 
Sue Ayasse. Absent: Karin Yeatts. 

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OQOGOOaoaQOOQOQGaQOQaOC ORGANIZATIONS 





Paralax: First Row: Carla Hutchinson, Rick 
Mollis, Lisa Nandy, Valerie Bogan, Karen 
Reinisch. Second Row: Jenny Smith, Mark 
Wachsler, Dan Harrigan, Roberta Branca, 
Elisa Granowitz. 



Legislative Committee: First Row: Cynthia 
Johnson, Ginger Miller, Cheryl Millman, 
Diana Kenney, Ken Ginder. Second Row: 
Chris Castro, Jeanette Morrow, Sandy 
Richards, Leslie Jelalian, Doug Burr, Dan 
Harrigan, Mr. Gollis. 



National Honor Society: First Row: 

Stephen Bensley, Karen Swider, Mary 
Giurleo, Gail Hulbert, David Heggestad. 
Second Row: Carol Richardson, Bethanne 
Telford, Angie French, Carolyn Clyde, 
Barbara Walline, Jennifer Crocker. Third 
Row: Chris Castro, John Kuffel, Amy 
Theobald, Phyllis Doherty, Elaine Millar, 
Molly Silverstrone, Nancy Becker. Kerri 
Dougherty, Amy Slinkard. Fourth Row: 
Dan Harrigan. James Ellis, Mark Wachsler. 
Kirk Schwarzenbach, Richard O'Neil, Peter 
Corey. 



Citizenship Committee: Laura Kupfrian, 
James Ellis, Karin Reinisch, Mike Callendar 



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.With much hard work, ambition and 
the motto of "classy'", the 1983 Missile 
Staff put together a yearbook with a 
"new image". One big change was re- 
placing the job of editor-in-chief with an 
editorial board of five. Instead of one 
person assuming all the responsibilities, 
they were equally split up as each editor 
took charge of a different section. 
Another change was filling up empty 
space with candids, candids and more 
candids! 

The actual organization for the 1983 
Missile began in May of 1982. After a 
disappointing 1982 edition due to the 
lack of help and participation, the call 
for volunteers from the new advisor. 
Mrs. Hovsepian, brought in many re- 
sponses. In September the real work 
began. With the first deadline in No- 
vember, the staff had a great deal of 
work ahead of them. If it weren't for the 
help of all the staff, the deadlines would 
have never been met. After getting into 
the swing of things, the staff discovered 
that putting out a yearbook wasn't all 
that hard, it just took up time. 

Finally, the last deadline came and 
went and the staff could breathe a sigh 
of relief. They feel that the 1983 Missile 
would be the start of a new look for 
BHS yearbooks. What's in store for the 
future yearbooks? Color pictures and 
individual pictures for underclassmen. 

The 1983 Missile Staff thanks all of 
the people that helped him make this 
yearbook classy. Every effort was 
greatly appreciated. Good Luck 1984 
Missile Staff! 





Editorial Staff: Front Row: Julie Mac2ko. MicheOe Giard. Nancy Sdbvan Middle Row: Stephanie Moms. 
Gail Hulbcrt. Helen Kwon. Chris Lawrence. Jean Creczenzi, Gail Heinrich. Back Row: Richard Aldridge, 
Mike Spxjfford. Joe Maskelenko, Andy Ringle, Guy Montemagno 



MISSILE 





Credits: Student Photographers: Tina Carr. 
Jim Qlis. Scott Lemer. Annette Malchow. Kirk 
Schwarzcnbach Artists: Mark Brady. Peter 
Corey. David Higham. Chris LavAnrence 



Mrs. Dorothy Hovsepian 

Advisor 



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Sales Staff: Front Row: J P Greenlish. Kim Neal, Sean O'Connor, Mem/ Moore, Jon Goldman. Middle 
Row: Linda Cormier, Sue BucWey, Terri Delaney. Tracey DeFrancesco, Joanne Melville, Janna Johnston. 
Adrienne Elder, Kris Cowan, Tina Carr. Back Row: Jackie Nazzaro, Diana Fuller, Tina Corey, Heather 
McGlivray, Sue Hawkins, Anne Samo, Diana Kenney. 



STAFF 






Becky Harrison 
Editor 



Special Thanks To: Burlington Stu- 
dios for their cooperation; Ann Ahem 
for the use of her pictures; Mrs. Winnie 
Sullivan for making trips to the Minute- 
man officers; Mrs. Donna Happy for 
having what we needed when we 
needed it, and to Sean O'Connor for 
picking up the pieces for the advertising 
campaign. 




Leslie Jelalian 

Editor 



Kerstin McGilvray 
Editor 



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champagne!! — Daisy//Dan — mailboxes. Soccer Party, J.D.. Skippy. Towel 
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F.B. (BLOB) Good luck to the soccer team of 83'. Bye JB KZ'ME/CP/LT/ 
RS/AM — K.G. M M. ROWR! Garfield soooo many memories — T.J.'s. 
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wonderful day?? 629-ETR — P R ! quite the bod! — Many beach runs — 
Jim Nabors sing-a-long — Kitchen K. M & M s make good candy!!! Always 
remember: Mr. P., Mr. Non-P.; Mr. Tilly; the sunshine boy; Studman!!! 
Always remember the good times!! Especially the prom — Bad girls in the 
church parking lot — Patty s party before the dance!! All the P S. Parties — 
Rick K's — the X-mas Party!! Never forget!! Our Chinese dinners with Rick 



and Dave — Labor Day. Halloween Party of '81; the Semi. Mr. Phinney, 
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ever!! M & M's are good candy!!! S, M & K — BAAA! M — Trumpets & 
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Not Forget Our Cape trip all alone S.M. What are you scribbling? Bling! EYE 
SPY!!! CRASH!! WHO US? . . . BB JAYS. You shouldn't drink. It'sbadfor 
you. Keep this up and you'll end up in the gutter by 1 7! Brought to you by the 
B.R. WINDOW ICE Capads — Lilys — RAGGITS — SFP and the tree SO 
MUCH MORE N.H. BRIDGE Pattys — ERIC CLAPTON — New York 
Emerald Acres — AIM NOT TOO MUCH LASAGNA D.B. Hash and Ham 
Sandwich Times at Page that house at 3 A M J.M — Put a weight on it 
barfin' and sprintin' partners in crime MT — Thanks for everything. Remem- 
ber all the parties & all we've been through. 1 hope the good times & our 
friendship never end. LY BF DEE/KB — I Love you only & always Dee.THE 
GANG — Thanks for the memories & stay in touch. LOVE DW/David — 
Keep those coaching shoes in shape & Terri keep ringing those bells! LOVE 
Denise Benji; Alvin Alley Where's New York City? bar in New Haven 
Champagne always Theresa Ho-Jo's Hibachi-Tufts 'higher education " bus- 
tin cut downs Head Games Stevie Nicks Go to . . Doug's room A-wing 
adverbs Jr. High Schmimoff sense snow shoot me Bon Vacancies — Naga- 
saki SC — The Few, the proud, the Marines. Running through mud at DT!! 
— S.M. NB 1 won't ever forget the wild nights at the farm, with our bar Maya I 
don't know what is going to happen, but I really do love you CJ NB RO EM 
BM Remember the Junior Prom at CJ we were all wacked RIDERS 
RAIDERS Remember Totally Tubular times at BHS Fersher! Luv LK AE 
WATCH OUT FOR LOBSTERS! Slumber Parties Rusg PingPong Sweet- 
Nut GS Concerts Nahant Huby Radio Ski DANCES Phone calls LUVYA Sis 
LK S R. Hog Manor the phantom Colt Old Swill Waterville blank. T V.'s 
L.M. Boat rides summer nights on the Charles M T D. Dr. Dimwhitey to all of 



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his students: STOP! what is your velocity? ! don't know what a coulomb is! 
CC. CB — wanna go out this Saturday? 1' m free! Your not!''! DIE PLEASE! 
Telemedia — Batman, munkins. Badew. OH Guys, There's a NISSEN 
BREAD TRUCK BEHIND US! TUBA MOUSEY Humdrumities (arg!). 
falling down in THE MIDDLE OF HALF TIME! ' — JE Diana. Lisa. & Lisa — 
Best of times that can't be forgotten! Richard Gere will always be a gentle- 
man! Never sec gore movie with Lisa's! PETE — I really don't know anything 
about PROJECT VIDICON. HAH. HAH HEY BB or BHBB or FF. 
whichever you prefer, how's tricks? NUMBER 8 To the Class of '84'. Thank 
you for 3 wonderful years! I LOVE YA! — MB Rich — 1 Will always 
remember you & the fun we had! I love you! M.E.B. JH: NOTCHES! 
SNEAKOUT 2AM, CARNIES. ROWED & TOWED. WW. CRUISIN. 
SCOOPIN'.. LOVE STINKS! '83 CHANGES US. BUT GOOD TIMES 
ALWAYS THANKS PAL, G.H CRINK: HE FENETER? GLAZED EYES' 
BRADLEES. TJ'S AND GUYS. THANKS — HEINRINK. BUCSTINK 
YOU STINK! A $ WORTHWHILE G.B.. CUZ. BAMBINO — A WAY TO 
GO. BUT M M. — How's your PUTT-PUTT mobile?! Remember C-Period 
and all the Good Times — Eating, Drinking and GOING PIDDLE!! Can I 
have a Large Icewater! Love M P. & T B. Riders Raiders you guys are the 
best in the world — Love you! Greedy Sherlock, you're the best friend a girl 
could have! Love always, G. S. L B.R. — tree. Bumblebee, tincan, little tiny 
man, minkcoat Pizzacrust, dinosaur Bone. etc. D D R. LK — coke, bean- 
bags. MK. pepper, Nahant, artichokes — friends forever — G.S. Yvette — 
We've had some excellent times with Rider Raiders luv G S. MV, TS & SD 
— We're gonna jam, we're gonna make somethin' up — DSH I don't know. 



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seriously! MR PHIL NADA RULES totally in PROVO? /XX J. M. — Always 
remember the good times summer, Riunite, Nautilus. Bobcat. Mich, Prom. 
Boston. Semis, they were the best and so are you! J.M. M.S. — Thanks for all 
the good itmes. Have some more bon-bons! D.B. Carol — Think we will get 
100 pts. by the end of the year. NO — HEATHER Keni — Thanx for being 
such a good friend. Don't forget 1 LOVE YOU!! CL PR: Who's Posing on 
Street Corners? Kaboom!! You know the rest! B.B J.M. & M L. — "Hey 
you guys! That's the T map!" J.M. K.G — From Riunite in the woods — 
snow on New Years. Partners in Crime. P. R Sooo PIG! What?? And that 
wasn't the first, Don and Jim got it! GO HOME MONKEY' Late nights at 
MACS — The Bathroom's locked! JT; JA JT; DIVEOUT! BROCCOLI 
PADIDDLE — Smack Boys — A spectator sport LO L.M. HO. HO. HO 
Merry Christmas Merry Christmas Remember!' MORIAH A.W.' HUBBIE 
Hawk JB 83 Maine! THE ROCK ROCK an ROLL BYE NERM, POOK — 
GOOD LUNCHES. YES' PROPER PARTY WOON O.K.'^ WHERE'S MY 
DEFROSTER'^ I'D LOVE TO TELL DAVID HE'S A SWEETHEART DARE 
ME? BEAN YANGTZ — Mingo mns CC years & years RS GM Unintelligible 
Phrase SO. ALWAYS SO NICE SD unforgettable MG. LC BWSNS 
PL All the good times; J. P. Mr. Palmers class and all the dirty things we 
learned. All our long talks — Juls and walks uptown CHRIS — Pillsbury 
dough; ANDIJAN — Great drivers; LAURA — Lobsters (they bite); TINA — 
rerow! CINDY — Pretty tired; LAURA "Brkfast at the club" AGE P.F. HI 
Hun! It was me . . LOVE YA!! K M. Hamburger, cheeseburger, lettuce and 
tomato, home-fries, frcnch-fries all kinds of potato. Moe. Larry the cheese! 
His boy Elroy. BEATLES CINDY LET S ALL GO BACKWARDS OFF 



TEX & SQUAREFACE. Anne, watch out for that truck! Wonder Woman! 
Quasimodo! many great times, you are the best! thanx' Luv. Ang (TBI 
Kerstin — got ice cream in your purse or Anne's" Michelle — remember 
updates at lunch, varsity badminton mag! Chrissi — BB Gumbies, FTS. 
WANDO! wanta giggle' Chinese food' Cin — thanx for going to all the BB 
games with me' GOOD LUCK EVERYONE LUV ANGIE Richie — tell 
Mario she drives too fast! And don' t call me Ang! LUV Ya. Ang. Janna — he's 
SO cute! Paul — thanks for everything Luv. Angle Lisa: You know who you 
look like? Guess who Lil — from fritos to graduation' Thanks for the 
memories Love, Kim Diana (my co-pilot) Get lost much? Remember "Cat- 
tle Country" Kim 

E = mc* . aaah! Apt 46B. I drink lots of water. Chicken Bones. I shave: 
what would we talk about without him! Bcstest' Good Luck' Bandfags. open 
open!. Parties, gossip! pomography, Sandy. Lisa Viola — oh! Bill is our 
friend! — Always; Thank J.G. Chem. w/Lcn '82 Neilc nie. nie. Raj — 
Sleaum Be a HO! (forever) JG Ange. Cin . Anne. Sociology was the best — 
Ghetto — Tammy (the same) J G Amy, Vicki. Kathy. Tammy. Candy 
Merry. You're my favorite Harem' J G Sue B Honey wearing couch 
armcovers as hats. Bewhidles. Karen?, our fantastic lunches, being neurotic 
in the mall I Luv Your Hair Jean and Lauren. I find it hard to concentratf 
around You! w/LUST J G. A.L . C S . V M.. C.J . K M., let s have lunch 
sometime. Lasagna! J G MP. Bonfire. Rick, Karen, (me). Prom, Filene's I 
Love You. J G PD — Remember the matterhom' XCountry running & Ski. 
you're true blue Hina. I will iilways remember you as a Great Friend! R.A. 
UBAMMER' K Y L.F High society! Hey. the napkin! Oops I think the 



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corsage is a bit wet! ... A 45° angle? What did they do, use a protractor?! 
G.M. P.G. YOUR FRONTAL LOBE IS GROSSLY DEFORMED! GET 
TREATMENT! G. & C. A.L. & C.S. REMEMBER OTIS ST.! C.J. *T.S. 6:30 
IS A LITTLE EARLY EH! a Gm — Classy, huh? Protractors! Jm — Never 
say . . . inanairplane!Marvella — Next yr — BACKSTROKE! LB — 1 think I 
want to change TC — Don't trip! Badminton Ballet! KB — I LOVE your 
pants! Best Wishes, seniors/LF J.O. — Many excellent jams, have anymal 
food lately? Suspicious! — SM S.O. — SAFE! Drive much? Let ME Steer! 
(oops!) Cellar Rock Lives! — SM Keith — Can't your squad march! Be 
careful of falling bass amps — SM Hey Donna, what's in your pocket? TP 
Moorsey, thank GOD for Sterno! Kristy, Jeff, Moorsey, Greg — PUMPKIN 
running and sending them to kids ROSANNE — CST, Prom, Canoes, 
X-MAS CAROLING!! Are the cops following us? Shut up Elaine. Doesn't 
Tom get along with Elaine? Terri S. — If I ever need a glass eye. I'll give you a 
call. Julie — Now that we've graduated, lets try Physics. (We never did 
before). Jon & Lauren together in "AS THE SWEAT FLOWS. " Gail — 
YOU'RE A SWINGER — T.C. Liza Thanx for being sucha dependable 
friend Remember good times LK Lynne — I'll miss you next year! Thanks for 
all the good times! And especially for being a friend. I love you — K G. (scum, 
TB, S&L Boy) Gail — From Civil to Spic 5; Is my mascara running? Now 
that's funny! Run in sprinklers? 3 Hoodsies? WOOSH! Thanx for being 
pals. Chrissi D.S. — Thanxs for all of the good times! Remember everything 
— Beaches, partying, Jan. 15, 1982, DS, JP, Terri, Merry & Gerry, prom and 
everything else that will happen. Love always me!!! nife! Many more to come 



— J.B./Jeanne Bebe!! Like why don't you like get the like purple camel like 
and we can like get the imports to like check it out like okay? Macabre 
"Sexual Healing" Get Down on it!! — Like enjoy C.C. — Judy Bebe — 
What is a SQUASH??/Brian — How's your squash?? J.B./Becky — You 
gonna do cross-country?? — You arc NOT E. Haskell — We still have to 
make a puberty run at 3 in our D.D.'S — Et I'homme a France dit ... 
J. B. /Lynne — Next year a letter for Bish and Fear and you!! 75% of all back 
rubs . . . Judy/Loves Jack! Hey Kristy, watch out for the . . . fence! &X*TP 

— it was fun driving our car. JOE and ANDY — here is a toast to the 
upcoming PROM! TP Heather — I just wanna wish you the best — I hope 
your 4 yrs. are like mine were: Excellent! Help threekie — you're a super sis! 
Love ya! K(*) HIP-SO! Many! Good! Times!: Kathy wake up! SP — FC — 
HC — Marines — Kennys forget — bad times — I lyv ya — Any don't eat to 
much lasagna — assumption here we come! — M-HD-hV4-K = Escapades 
Diane and Marie I love ya: Kenny and Ben BB: Kathy do you like these 
Daquiris Di? Drink COIT & CB HEHE Bye Bye Folks! Scott — You're a 
disaster! Barbara W. Thanks for three great years! I'll really miss you!! B.K. 
MATT K. Watch for me in the STATES next year! The Mad Wazoo — BK 
Cheryl — Remem. New Yr. bash*Bonneville*1914 — quite safe! Lex. guys!! 
Nauti! Early Grad? MINT!! Dragway in Spring! Patches (Cur) w Vega! Kers 

JSACB — BEEP BEEP "Hi !" — Wayedge — Go Betsy Go! Sex 

Appeal! Luv AJ AS — No Recuerdo! — New Years — N. W. — Pk Jokes — 
Taste Tests — MHBT Beans JH M.S. thanks for the taxi And Being there 
A S. *Dapper Dan. want a ride' *JonJon Goldylocks CARRIE ANG AF 




Frenchete teddybear luv WW Kcrstin late again? 5 min. Kiddin TWINKLE 
TWINKLE best of luck AS For All the party's that we crashed this buds for 
you the Green Machine. Cin, ANG. Jon. don't forget Mrs. R's soc 82 
: bambeno luv Anne S. CHEERLEADERS — VANDALS — How about 
Turkey Day — CONCORD BOUND oo-lalala Hey Donna do you wanna? 
How about some spray paint? Kelly — take off the hat — good hem job. 
i CHECK OUT THOSE BUNS Amy — Where's the Party? HEY STEVE 
\ How's your onion? MANY GOOD VIBRATIONS WITH A SPOON Hey 
[ Carrot where's your blowdryer she's a MANEATER! THEME SONGS FO 
* THE RAHRAH GIRLS: SEXUAL HEALING oo lalala LETS GO DANCIN I 
love you Joel and Barbara Love is FOREVER Sorry Kenny no earrings, but 
don't think we forgot you. We still luv you even though you wear plastic 
runnin pants — your friends always. JG — x squared times sixty seven equals 
I CRASH LATIN CLUB RULES Steph. Good luck to all good doobics 
Thanx mom Mitch — Remember May 4 — the blue & white, pole, & crushed 
car! SD no more notes maybe Dates PL Jake you're a Lydon. That was 
immature personally and academically The Homecoming Dance was fun but 
^ the stinkbomb was more fun!' M B. M P., T B.. C.S., A.L.. T.S. — Dudley. 
Tracks. Talk to bottles? Hi M P J.T Z-WOMAN LIVES! BAIT Theorem 
Brion Fuller Being married is the greatest! I Love you Babe. DIF. Ingrid. To 
my sister with Love Stay cool and be Free. Love Diane S D. — You're the 
BEST! I'll never forget P S. or Chinese food — D B. Annie and Ruthie — 
You'll never know how much I'll miss you two! D.B KLAM, BENS. LARS. 
Breakfast, crates, Jim, Apple. Peach, groping, brink, 4somcubalunit, we're 
out of here guys! Thanx for all the good times! Keep in touch Freehen Judy 



Bebe HOW long Is long? Stay cool stay purple and stay away from Imports! 
Luv n Luk Jeanne Bebe Keith, may your shoe polish never wear off and may 
your hair never stop growing. D + D, 21st level Paladin. Marching B, Jazz, 
Wind, & all night games. Stone Women! Computer games and "night 
fights". Gambling. P S. I had better be invited down! You're a great kid and I 
will miss you! Good luck. Keep in touch, boy Bruck K John E. What am I 
going to do next year? You're my best friend! Keep in touch, hear? Remem- 
ber Stonewomen, Raquet Ball, Le Car, Lunch room D&D, tele-media. 
Lambda, John C puop)olo. Sat. morning runs. The MIKADO. Music Man. 
21 Games of Gin Rummy, broken tuba. THE TWILIGHT ZONE! TR 1 14. 
hot chocolate, WE GOT THE BEAT. GRODY TO THE MAX!' BRUCE K. 
HEY PETE! Watch out for NISSEN BREAD TRUCKS, hear' Mellow 
Mobile. Jill Schwarzenbach — I promise not to haul you to the Band Room 
anymore, all right? Tele-media was boring but, it was nice Bruce Little ditty 
bout Deb & Drew the family syndrome Did you get the flower MP' Donna 
don't look in the pocket! Spaz — Don't forget the times we've had at BHS — 
SOCCER — watching m! B-ball — Watching MRPS!! Lets hope we get 
through to them someday! KOOK. P S. — I still think he has a greai 
back' Twinks — had fun in B-ball — too bad you only had eyes for T' 
KOOK Kathy — won't forget HWM H SPARKY — Thanks for making my 
first year easier — gonna miss you — H WAY TO GO! GOODLUCK! CR 
ALMOST THERE' Y ALL KEEP IN TOUCH — GH, CUZ TC. DB. JG — U 
GUYS R GREAT, GH GO HOME DAN Gbye Gdlk RSVP JH, KC, TC. DB 
— GH — DC — MF — TO — HARTWELL ACRES, You Gotta Take 
Chances Buckwheat watch the road Aesop & Celebrations Rush was the 




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best! Dec. 6. 1982 CHERYL CINDY BECKY TONl LAUR DOLE 
FBCHERLS REM THSGIV OOPS FBPLYRS THANKS JT WE MADE IT 
SE THE CAPE! D.B. HIDE YOUR BEERS — HIDE YOUR BEERS! MS — 
DB — WATCH OUT FOR KIMMONS house — up on the lawn! Mary & 
Slinky and my majorette dance — M.S. BHS 1-7-2 Captains ha ha ha & The 
Great QB. 6 fumbles & 2 int's!!! Dedication: I guess we'll win games as they 
say 6-40 CCHS Lynne — when the finmobilc falls apart & the windows go 
up & down, Kurt will Miss it/Jeanne Bebe — or go as Michael! ! VIC — HOW 
ABOUT THE MALL — SOP — MAINE — HOLY CROSS — MEXICOPAR- 
TY — BL — MISTAKE S-Dimes — COLT — C. Brandy — NORTH END — 
Dl/Marie — Kennys — Maries — FORTHCLIFF J. ,M. ,P. . — Never forget the 
times at River or Foss. Jumping and sleepouts, walks at 2a.m. Steve & Ned 
— hours of infatuation. Thanks for all of the Support! LOVE ya'all! Gertrude 
Roger — You're a Lydon! Donna Dio You are the best! Your mother's a 
man! The beach — don't ever show anyone those pictures. I owe you a lot of 
happiness — Me. MONDAY Sprints "Are You having fun?" Cheese and 
Crackers smackers. Raffa you wish Tom's ralphidoos, way to pound'en 
Buddy Deb & Drew. WALLY How was your New Years. QUIMBY You're 
Next Best of Friends! Anne you primitive artist Kim — Adventures beyond 
belief — I' ve enjoyed them all Di L.P. — times I shall never forget — D.K. 
HELENA LOVE DIONNE Angle — The twins; flat tires; baby gumbies!! 
FTS!! Love ya. Chrissi D. Becky — Thanx for being a great friend. Love ya 
muchly, Chrissi D. Angelina — YrBk? Cruzes! Math? GdLk at Dayton 
(senda cutie Airmail) LVKMc Anne: Remember — Drivin forward over an 




island! TJ's (Ralph & Chuck) !GAAD — Fla. ? Eat my feet much! Thanx for 
bein' there always! I will TOO learn how to drive (soon) !Kers *Michelle — 
Never 4get; WomFR (P-U)!!! DannyBoy — needa ride? Kers. *June — 
Macaroni & cheese at 3 am (BLECH)! KMc JH — Chinese Red Lights, 
closing the door on Steve, painting during the wee hours. TKE. Journey, 
going to bed at 6am and REVENGE!! Love MP JG — Bonfires, "Springs ", 
Thanksgiving, our pic. Dr. J., and RUSH LOVE MP CB — X-C, JV BB 
games, shopping, psyc. Littles. The old BF's. and getting through French, I 
couldn't have made it without you. LOVE MP LB — Heres to Filenes, Pell, 
Macs, Block Buster, Lists & college. — MP SA — Remember? — National 
Hook Day, North Adams. Doug & Andy, Panty raids, the Pope, camping and 
the mutilation of someones face! LOVE MP HEY ANG! YEARBOOK — 
APPASU\PPA — PAUL — THAT DUMB CHICKEN — YOUR SEE — 

THRU BIKINI — McDonalds — good luck at u-day. love ham- 
mer mario — I hope to see you drive the tank at the 

INDY-500! RICH/MARY — ANZERE. SWITZ. — SKIING — SHAPE, 
BELGIUM — NO SNOW! DRIVER'S ED — LYLAS — YOU'LL ALWAYS 
BE SPECIAL IN MY HEART — LUVYA, RA/TO KY, CH, KM, TB. MB, DC, 
JB, SC, CH, BE, LB, AB, JC, NS, U, GM. ML, TC, GA. THANKS!/ 
TEENEE — SKI TEAM IS THE ! FHenLroiKlamKT my mother' have 
anything to eat? Mdlsx wh&tab prsn in? drivin opn gym Mollychachacha the 
bell? Heritage ultirmx grlady cbrkfst Sxl Hlng We take all our classes together 
image or lack thereof! Pell Mell Have I.D^ THE FEARSOME FOURSOME 
I luv you! Bens 



PATRONS 



BLUE PATRONS 
Frannie and Winnie Sullivan 
Larry and Diane Telford 



WHITE PATRONS 

Alison and Phil 
Maureen Blackwcll 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DeFrancesco 
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert French 
Ann Brady Hovsepian 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hulbert 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kenison 
William K. Keup — Senior Class Advisor 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce McGilvray 
Lorraine McMahon 
Thomas Papalia 
Mike and Bob Sullivan 




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Bedford Police Association Incorporated 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1983 




Hanscom Officers' Wives' 
Club 



Eugene Eagles, III, D.M.D., P.C. 

Bedford Professional Bldg. 
oO Loomis Street 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
275-0575 





DUNHAM'S BOOK 
STORE 

Good used books and paperbacks 
Bought and Sold 
Over 15.000 Books Priced 
and Classified 

50 Great Road. Bedford 

275-9140 



SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
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275-0939 



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30 SHAWSHEEN AVE. BEDFORD, MA. 

PHONE 275-2419 



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617-27S-1296 



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BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



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275-9524 



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T.E, WALCOTT 275-7570 



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BOWEN'S 

Office Supplies, Copying 
Toys, Dolls. Hobbies 

Great Road Shopping Center 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
(617) 275-7210 




BRADY SHEET METAL CO. 
BEDFORD 
HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 

275-7688 



Thomas J. Brady 
Plumbing and Heating 



Bedford, Mass 
275-0207 





Best Wishes 
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Koury 



Dr. & Mrs. 
Guy A. McGarry 

Best Wishes to the class 
of 1983 



Compliments of 
KENNETH KAPLAN, M.D. 



Congratulations 



John E. Japp, M.D. 



50 Loomis Street — Phone 275-7513 
Bedford. MA 01730 




Hair Stylist 
And Wig Salon 



275-7366 



326 The Great Road 
Rte. 4 and 225 Bedford 



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GOULD MOTORS, INC. 

25 North Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 




MIX 
FLOWERS 

375 Concord Road 
Bedford, MA 
275-6255 

"Prom Specialist" 
Congratulations 
to the class of '83 
Cheryl and Pat Mix 




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President 



Tel. (617) 275-2756 





J. F. MILLER Associates 
54 Loomis Street, Bedford, MA 01730 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1983 



CED & CAY SMITH 

BEDFORD 
WALLPAPER & PAINT 

51 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 

Benjamin Moore & Colorizer Paints 
Discounts on all paint & wallpaper 



PHONE 275-1067 




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Congratulations Graduates of 
Bedford High School Class of 1983 

C V D Incorporated 



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Wobum, Mass. 01801 




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CleanenA 



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BEDFORD. MASS. 
275-9723 





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314 GREAT ROAD 
DOM PALMERI BEDFORD, MA 01730 




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39 North Road 

Tel. 275-8000 Bedford. Mass. 01730 



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275-9066 



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Appointments Available 
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Wire Transfers — Home Improvement Loans 
Personal Loans — Certificates of Deposit 
Monday-Friday 9 A.M. 9 P.M. 
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Knights of Columbus 
St. Michael's Council, No. 5292 

Box 322 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



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49 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MA. 01730 
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Congratulations! Tel. 275-0736 

BEDFORD OPTICAL CO. 



Milton S. Moffett 
Registered Optician 



56 Loomis St. 
Bedford, Ma. 




Best Wishes To The 
Class of 1983 



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leon 
hair 
stylist 



275-1960 



319 Great Road 
275-9743 Bedford, Mass. 



BUILDERS Specialty and Hardware 
Corp. 



26 Weston Ave., Somerville 

606-3000 
Railroad Avenue, Bedford 
275-7655 




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Best Wishes 
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Bedford. Massachusetts 1 730 
Telephone: 617-275-7056 



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BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



HELEN BERNSTEIN 



TRAVEL CONSULTANT 




L I N D S K OG 



LINDSKOS BALANCING CORP. 

DYNAMIC BALANCING • VIBRATION ANALYSIS 
STEWART WARNER BALANCER SALES 



(617 ) 2 7 5-6 2.4 5 
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BEDFORD. MASS 0I730 



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RESTAURANT 

BREAKFAST 
6:30 - 11:30 AM 
■pr LUNCH 
^ 11:30 - 2:30 PM 
DINNER 
5:00 . 9:00 PM 




Daily Luncheon & Dinner Specials 
"ALL YOU CAN EAT SALAD BAR" 



"Finest Seafood Around" 

MEETING & FUNCTION ROOM AVAILABLE 

340 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MA 



LOUNGE 

1 1:00 . 12:00 AM 

HAPPY HOUR 

4:00 - 7:00 PM 

^ PHONE ^ 

617-275-6700 
¥17-275-7007 

AT THE 

LORD BEDFORD MOTOR INN 



'THE DEALER MAKES THE DIFFERENCE' 
CHRYSLER CHRYSLER ^ 

VBBM PLYMOUTH - RELIANT 



GOULD MOTORS INC. 

Road, iidftrd 'niji 

-7200 



IS North ll( 

275 

SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 
Top Quality Used Cars 



PRINTING CRAFTSMEN. INC. 



119 The Great Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 
(617) 275-2670 




for home and industry 
creative picture framing artist matervjis 



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Bedford Shopping Center 
Bedford, Ma 




The Petal People 
Bedford Florist 

315 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 

PHONE 275-7905 
Flowers For All Occasions 



FLORAFAX 





BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1983 
FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF 





Compliments of 



COULTER 
SYSTEMS 
CORPORATION 




35 Wiggins Ave. Bedford MA 01730 
(617) 275-2300 




Luongo's Dry Cleaners, Inc. 

The Dry Cleaning Specialist 

WEOOINOQOWNS - EXPElVr STAIN REMOVAL 
NO SHRINKAQE - COMPLETE OfUPERY SERVICE 
DOWN PARKA - SLEEPING BAQS - LEATHERS 
FURS - STORAGE 



Complete Tailoring Service 
Tel. 275-7300 

32 SHAWSHEEN AVENUE. BEDFORD. MASS. 01730 



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BEST WISHES 
EAST INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 



101 the Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Bradly P. Howes Robert U. Johnson 





















\RTS & FLOWERS 



Fresh Flowers — distinctive design 
weddings, funerals & all Occasions 
275-7152 

142 The Great Road Bedford 



Eric B. Birmingham, D.D.S. 
Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the class of 1983 
from 

Dr. and Mrs. Eric Birmingham 




346 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 



Best Wishes 
From The 




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Kenpo Karata 



Kung Fu 



ck Boxing 




BEDFORD 
KARATE ACADEMY 

25 BLACK BELT INSTRUCTORS 



Mark V. Tassinari 

Chief Instructor 

4th Degree Black Belt 




359 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Ye Olde 
Bedford Country Store 

1 Hetcher Road, Bedford 275-9238 
Across from Police and Fire stations 

Your Favorite sandwiches made on homemade 
rolls baked in our own bakery 

Fresh pastry and breads baked daily 
our special lobster rolls + + + + Every Friday 
Daily Sandwich Specials 

Garden Salads Fresh Fruit Cups 

Catering to: Parties, Luncheons, and Industry 

We now carry Dell-Dale Farms milk with 
the cream on top (pasturized) 
Chutes Butter Cream Fudge and Bark 

"The Other Side" 
A special Flavor of Gifts and Antiques 

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Compliments of 

GENETTI'S PACKAGE STORE 
275-6579 



Salon de Xante 
Coiffures 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
GREAT RD., BEDFORD, MA 



275-7020 




BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

99 The Great Road 
Bedford. Massachusetts 01730 



BEN SEARS 



(617) 275-8540 
Home 275-7865 




TEXACO 



TEL. 275-1276 




STEVE'S TEXACO 

105 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01 730 



Wilson-Amfhead-New Balance-Spaulding 
(617) 275-6009 



BEDFORD SPORT 
SHOP, INC. 

Sporting of all kinds 

164F The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
and sincerest 




MITRE 




BEDFORD PHARMACY 

Bedford Shopping Center 
166 The Great Road, Bedford, MA 
275-6931 



CED & CAY SMITH 

Window Shades 



275-1067 



BEDFORD 
WALLPAPER & PAINT 

51 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 

Extensive Selection 
of Wallpapers 
Discounts on all wallpapers and paints 

Benajmin Moore 
& 

Colorizer Paints 



CONGRATULATIONS KERRI! 
BLAKE NEWS STORE 



BEDFORD FRUIT STORE 

Fruit-Confectionary-Tonics-Ice Cream 
Cigars and Tobacco 

The Great Road, Bedford, MA 01730 
275-0025 



275-6944 



GLADYS HARRISON, 
O.D. 

DOROTHY K. DOLAN, 
O.D. 



OFFICE HOURS 
BY APPOINTMENT 

56 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 




Bedford-Billerica 
Formal Shops 

'Tuxedos for All Occasions" 



Bedford Shopping Center 
158 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
617-275-9864 

Louis Pisapia 



Treble Cove Plaza 
199 Boston Road 
Billerica, MA 01862 
617-667-1475 



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Burlington 

Studio of Pliotography 





Portraiture 
Commercial 
Weddings 

FAMILY GROUPS 

Creative Yearbooks 




99 Cambndge St. \\ 
Burlington 272-4700 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
from 




138 the Great Road • Bedford, MA 01730 



Congratulations to the Class of '83 
from 

RICHARD A. DAVIDSON, B.S.R.P.H. 
DAVIDSON'S PHARMACY, INC 



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LAW OFFICES 
BRIDGE, DYSON, & 
KILMARTIN 
Professional Corporation 



113 THE GREAT RD. 
BEDFORD, MA. 01730 
275-0760 



DUNHAM'S BOOK 
STORE 

Good used books and paperbacks 
BOUGHT AND SOLD 
Over 15,000 Books Priced 
and Classified 

50 Great Road, Bedford 
275-9140 




BEDFORD FARMS 



ICE CREAM and DELI 
Subs, Fried Food, and Catering 

We Deliver 



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ETONEHENCE 



JEWELRY 



Congratulations To The 
Class of '83 

Marilyn & Jack Kean 



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Congratulations 
& 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1983 



MILLIPORE CORPORATION 



Ashby Rd. 
Bedford, Ma. 01730 
(617) 275-9200 




Eugene Eagles, III, D.M.D., P.C, 

Bedfor essional Bidg. 

«^ ocreet 
Bedi'o; 3, 01730 

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"With Prayerful Best Wishes for 
the Class of 1983" 

Father Charles Kane and Father 
Joseph Driscoll 

St. Michael's Church 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



Best Wishes CLASS OF 1983 
Law Offices of 

BROWN & BROWN 



110 Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



Nathaniel K. Brown, Esq. 



BEATRICE E. FALABELLA 
Owner 




TEL: 275-0437 



Bridal-Daytime-Formal 
328 GREAT ROAD. BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
to the Class of 1983 
from 




THE ITEK 
CORPORATION 



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